Taken for lunch on a Sunday. In the heart of Old Town, Clapham, this restaurant ticked all the boxes. Quiet when we arrived, early, but gradually filed with couples and families. Service was exemplary, particularly the sommelier, who was a wealth of excellent recommendations. We had three courses, no dessert, and tried to spread ourselves over the courses. Galantine of chicken, soused mackerel, tuna tartare and, best of all, beef tartare, to start. Maitake mushrooms, quail Kiev and ravioli of whipped ricotta, duck egg & spinach to follow. For mains, baked Dover Sole in truffle butter, crisp pork jowl and a delicious loin of rose veal with smoked bone marrow, accompanied by an unctuous pommes boulanger. Outstanding. Wines were tasty, particularly a New Zealand riesling, but we had several glasses, recommended by the sommelier, that were very drinkable. Overall, one of the best meals we’ve had.
We chose the restaurant as it had been recommended by one of our friends . Nicely situated in Clapham , the food was nice. But felt they were trying to hard , as there were too many flavours in the food , too much going on, which spoilt some of the courses. , sorry , not a place that I would return to .