Pros: ambiance, service.
Cons: Lebanese bread served with a trio of olives, roasted garlic, and "pesto". Sounds good, but olives were dry with a bitter aftertaste, and pesto contained coriander and parsley, which overwhelmed any basil, if present.
Lamb kebabs are an attractive presentation of a few ground lamb and spice kofte (meatballs) impaled on cinnamon sticks. Imaginative, but kebabs?
Mullard-tastes like smoked canard.
Try the Herbert Samuel down the road. Pricey, but the real deal, with a prize- worthy chocolate nemesis dessert.