Belonging to Doron and Valeria Zilkha’s Quarter group of casual brasseries and cafés, this swish, elegant outfit goes about its business down by the river in Battersea. Like its siblings, it aims to please allcomers with a varied offer of eclectic, Euro-influenced food and decent drinks. The full menu delivers a lively mix of pizzas and pastas, bolstered by the likes of roast Gressingham duck breast with braised red cabbage or baked fillet of wild sea bass with a herb crust and cannellini beans. To start, you might consider moules provençale with crusty bread; to finish, almond, polenta and lemon cake should do the trick. Salads, sandwiches and pastries are available in the adjoining café, and you can also nibble tapas at the bar while sipping fizz, a Pimm’s lemonade or an espresso martini. Takeaways too.
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