At this excellent central London hideaway, Jason Atherton goes Gallic, proving he really can master any cuisine. From the dining room and the food to the service and wine list, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stepped into a Lyonnaise bistro. All the classics are represented with aplomb. We tried the house pork chop: as thick as your wrist and served with the interesting combination of courgette, citrus, mint, chilli, apple and toasted pine nuts. While the apple is familiar, the citrus brought a whole new flavour dimension to the meat. Finish with the maple-glazed doughnuts. Super-sweet and super-delicious.
This article was published on 24th October 2016 so certain details may not be up to date.