This is a brilliant restaurant. The building is beautiful and skilfully finished. There are a number of distinct spaces within the building itself and there is a gorgeous terrace at the back. The landscaping, post fire, is new but is clearly well thought out and I imagine will mature really well. The food is in harmony with the building and is just as artful. The ravioli of duck was sensational - likewise the herb smoked veal. I could not recommend this place highly enough. (And to the owners' enormous credit they continued to pay and employ their stafff for the 8 months the restaurant was closed - at least they told me so). You must go!
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