I am sorry to be unkind about this place, but we had eaten across the street the day before and the comparison put Opus a bit in the shade.
The staff can not be faulted: very friendly and professional. The room is quite large and was full the Saturday night we were there. It was noisy. I don't know if large parties are the norm in this place, but we had a birthday party to our right and a table of ladies the other side of the room. The "look-at-me, am I having fun now?" hysterical laughter was quite off-putting. Or I'm just a boring old phart.
The food: my oysters were lovely, the bottle of Touraine Sauvignon quite cold and my wife's lobster delicious. My slow-cooked lamb shank was quite tasteless and the consistency of mush. The jus on the plate was exactly the same taste as the too flavour-intense French onion soup. The vegetables were quite ordinary. The recommended glass of claret to accompany the lamb was uninspired.
Trust me, your £140 would be much better spent across the street.
Nice people, though.
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