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Cast all thoughts of moderation aside when entering this new Mayfair hideaway, as Sackville’s is all about indulgence – and meat, and truffles. The narrow dining room and matching basement bar are clean-lined, low-lit, with a look of 1930s New York, but that’s where the restraint ends. There’s no skimping on those truffles: whether in carpaccio with truffle oil, pan-fried foie gras with truffle brioche, or mushrooms with truffle salami and truffle dust. Steak comes as USDA, Wagyu or Casterbridge Angus, and big-hitting burgers include George’s Black Burger: Wagyu patty, truffle mayo, foie gras mousse and truffle brioche. Mac & cheese, risotto and mash all get the fancy fungus treatment, and staff will shave extra truffle over for £30 per 10g. Yes, prices are high, but service is calibrated to match and cocktails, courtesy of a bar manager who’s spent time with Mark Hix and Jason Atherton, are original yet elegant.
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