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A beautiful Georgian townhouse is the setting for this boutique hotel & its newly refurbished restaurant, where the gardens overlook the Thames & a covered balcony provides a stunning spot
for alfresco dining. Sadly, however, the modern French food fails to live up to the loveliness of the surroundings. A Stilton & organic carrot souffle didn’t pack nearly the punch it should
have, while the scallops with black radish salad & rocket creme caramel were unappetisingly bitter. Things, admittedly, took a turn for the better with a deliciously moist halibut with herb
& walnut crust on buttered salsify, the highlight of our meal, but then went downhill again with an undercooked rack of lamb served on celeriac remoulade. On the pudding front, sweets such as
fig & white chocolate bread & butter pudding with praline ice-cream were merely serviceable – though markedly better than the rock-hard petits-fours. In our view, this restaurant has the
potential to be just about the best spot for entertaining in the area, but not until the cooking improves.
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