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Very busy so best book in advance and if you are given a time to vacate, they will probably need your table. That said, they will try to accommodate you as far as they can. Monday and Tuesdays tend to be quieter nights.
Try the chicken parfait with toasted brioche to start and damson and slow gin ice cream as a dessert. Any of the mains are worth having.
The wine list is extensive and you can have a decent white for £32. You are likely to pay in the region of £50 - 60 for the three courses.
The serving staff are on the go all night and occassionally, you are at the mercy of the kitchen so can be waiting a length of time between courses. We were fine but the next table had about 45 minutes between starter and main. It was a Friday night and we came in just before it filled up completely.
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Food 8 | Service 7 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 8
Monday, April 15, 2013