This slick sibling of Charlotte’s Place in Ealing touts ‘more makes of gin than I ever knew existed’ and a punchy Brit-influenced menu that gainfully follows the seasons. The lively bar is the place to work through those juniper-flavoured spirits (or a cocktail or two), but it would be a shame not to head up to the dining room with its capacious skylight and sharp, modish good looks. Expect feel-good, rustic flavours presented with a bit of style – perhaps soused Cornish mackerel or a salad of ham hock, potato and apple ahead of sea bass with surf clams, or slow-cooked Welsh lamb shoulder, enriched with anchovy and served with borlotti beans. To finish, enjoy the comfort and joy of a warm cherry Bakewell or a Granny Smith apple tart. It’s all pretty decent value, too.
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