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Situated below London's leading journalist club, near Paddington station, Frontline Restaurant offers a British menu sourced from small, independent producers and the owners' farm in Norfolk, that
is straight forward, uncompromising on quality and supported by one of the most interesting and good value wine lists in London created by Malcolm Gluck.
Frontline prides itself on making food from locally sourced produce. The menu is quite small but has sufficient choice.On this cold winter’s day, there was no doubt what was needed; a bowl of hot soup! On the menu was celeriac, Bramley apple and whole chestnut soup. The combination sounded a little strange, but I thought that it was worth a try! Whole chestnuts, chunks of apple in a creamy celeriac based soup! Surprisingly, the sweet and savoury flavours worked well together. It was not too sweet with the apple.A small brown crusty roll was served with the soup. It tasted like it had fennel seeds in it!...
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