Simon and Jolanta Bradley’s restaurant has been a fixture around Swiss Cottage since the 1990s, and it shows no sign of slowing down –in fact, the interior now has a soothingly fashionable look with pastel shades and a dark ambience that appeals on wintry evenings. It’s also handy for the Hampstead Theatre, with menus provided before and after the show. The kitchen has always had a good reputation for fish – witness fillet of turbot with scorched cauliflower and a red-wine dressing – although there are lots of appetising meat and veggie choices, too. Rump of rose veal with ceps, gnocchi and basil followed by apricot soufflé with salted-caramel ice cream will undoubtedly send you home happy. This is well-crafted food, cooked with care, and the same attention is applied to the affordable wine list.
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