A partly sheltered terrace is one the big selling points at this glass-fronted branch of the likeable Davy’s group, even if its cool, continental pose is something of a departure from the house style. Inside, expect plenty of clean-lined, modernist minimalism, plus some solidly traditional curios dotted around to remind regulars of the old days. Food-wise, the full restaurant menu offers a broad mix of Anglo-European staples, although char-grilled, well-aged steaks from award-winning butcher Donald Russell are always in demand. For something more casual, order a New York-style deli sandwich or a plate of British cheeses in the bar while browsing Davy’s French-accented wine list. Tapas-style grazing is the deal for carousing crowds in the evening, while four private rooms add to the venue’s socialising and business opportunities.
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