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Magnus Lindgren

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We didn't have dessert. The veal is worth the money.

The bandol was approx 27 for a 1/2 bottle and the champagne just over £10 per glass.

For me the cooking was good but the presentation and complexity of cooking and surroundings didn't quite match the prices.

I would eat here again but only if in the area.

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We didn't have dessert. The veal is worth the money.

The bandol was approx 27 for a 1/2 bottle and the champagne just over £10 per glass.

For me the cooking was good but the presentation and  complexity of cooking and surroundings didn't quite match the prices.

I would eat here again but only if in the area.

I tend to agree.

Its a very good neighbourhood restaurant,but feels a little, bistro-ish for the pricing,perhaps.

I remember commenting on another blog about me thinking it was star* worthy, back then, in November.

And it did indeed gain one.

Thinking back on the meal, I still think the same today, however hiccups do occur and it would appear, perhaps it was just so, on the day of your visit.

I would like to think so, because we really enjoyed it

I for one would most certainly go back, but, like you perhaps would not make a special journey.

Happy Dining!

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...four of us had a very nice pre-theatre dinner on Friday evening, terrific value too...only gripes are the room is a bit boxy and bizarrely the only pudding (which was very good to be fair) on offer was rice-pud with squash and ginger, bizarre because one of the 2 main courses was risotto. Good service if a little too 'French' and some of the best bread I've ever had in London.

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