An American In London
Sunday, February 07, 2010 - My beef mince pie was delicious and tasted made-from-scratch. The crust shattered at the tap of my fork, and I liked that the pie filling was neither too runny nor too thick. In fact, the gravy tasted like the result of a long braise. Jon's fish and chips was similarly well-prepared and flavorsome, though I wondered what was up with the oven-baked chips. Can they still be called chips if they’re not fried? At 45 quid for a starter, two mains and a pint, our lunch at the Duke of Cambridge was too expensive for it to be a regular habit.