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Chef Michael Nadra has opened a second restaurant in Primrose Hill, but this is where he first struck out on his own, initially focused on fish but more recently broadening the scope and appeal of
his menu. The kitchen garners influences from all over, standards are ‘undeniably high’ and dishes look very pretty on the plate: ‘delicate’ prawn and scallop dumplings in fish velouté are
regularly mentioned in dispatches, and the ‘properly made’ tarte Tatin also comes highly recommended. In between, the kitchen might turn its hand to grilled rump of veal, fillet steak with
triple-cooked chips and Madeira jus or seared yellowfin tuna with sautéed squid. The 200-bin wine list sets out to impress, service gets the thumbs-up and the elegant dining room has a pleasing
Chef Michael Nadra has an impressive list of restaurants under his belt including time as Sous chef at Chez Bruce and La Trompette and stages at The Square in Mayfair and The Glasshouse in Kew. His first solo venture was a restaurant called Fish Hook in Chiswick which he opened in 2005. Many readers may not recall Fish Hook, but I remember it to be a quaint little restaurant serving accomplished and wonderfully tasty seafood at reasonable prices.
With Restaurant Michael Nadra, Chef Nadra continues to delivery really good quality contemporary cooking at reasonable prices in a relaxed and comfortable setting. For dinner, two courses from a prix fix menu are only priced at £30, and three courses are £36. There are two branches of Restaurant Michael Nadra, one in Chiswick, and the other in Primrose Hill... More from A Girl Has to Eat - Restaurant Reviews & Food Guide »