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A Barnes bastion that has shaken off the doldrums, the current incarnation of Sonny’s has pulled off a minor coup by keeping its loyal customers happy while encouraging a new, younger crowd. The
all-round attraction is a straightforward but elegant menu that marries comfort (posh pizzas, burgers and ribs) with class – think monkfish with grilled fennel and preserved lemon or Barbary duck
breast with nectarine tarte fine. It may be familiar stuff, but it’s properly done – not surprising, given that chef Phil Howard (of The Square) is a partner in the business. Co-owner Rebecca
Mascarenhas drills an efficient front-of-house team, and there’s a line-up of potent cocktails if you don’t fancy the well-rounded wine list. The whole package comes priced to sell, making the set
lunch (£16.50/18.50 for two/three courses) a steal.