Secreted at the back of the hotel, which once housed Nuno Mendes' Viajante, this tiny, trendy, wood-panelled bistro delivers highfalutin food in more mainstream form. There’s plenty of creativity on show, however, and even a safe order of steak or terrine will likely be a ‘fancy’ (and ‘fantastically crafted’) plate of food. Cuttlefish with salt-baked potatoes and paprika oil demonstrates the kitchen’s way with Iberian flavours, while aged beef with spelt, wild garlic and ricotta is all about fine ingredients. Desserts such as butternut squash with smoked coconut may be ‘hit and miss’, but they’re certainly original. Wine choices are brief but similarly ‘leftfield’, nothing’s too expensive and the set lunch is ‘outstanding value’. Note: no bookings at dinner.
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