All reader reviews by Ted

Lindsay House

What a charming restaurant. Expensive, but worth every penny.

I took my fiance for dinner last week and we were looked after wonderfully from start to finish. The beautiful opulent Georgian townhouse creates a dining experience unique in London. Beware of lots of stairs though!

The food more two Michelin star, than one, the service professional, but very friendly. The maitre'd Dawid made us feel we owned the place. The winelist is terrific fun, once you get the hang of it, as it's very unusually layed out. Nevermind. The extremely charming and witty English sommelier Ed, patiently talked us through his list and the wine he selected for our meal was a perfect match.

It's the little touches that make the place. We were so full after our meal, that we were somewhat disappointed to be presented with some beautiful petit fours that we simply had no room for. Recognising our distress, our charming young French waitress found us a specially-designed box to take them away with us.

A class act. We will be back!

Monday, July 30, 2007
Overall rating 9 stars
Food 10 | Service 9 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 7

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