Named after London's legendary master builder, The Thomas Cubitt resides in a suitably gorgeous restored Georgian townhouse with two distinct personalities: a relaxed drinking den for sociable Belgravians looking to unwind, and a more dignified restaurant upstairs. Real ales go well with plates of Carlingford rock oysters and open steak sandwiches in the ‘brilliant' bar, or you can opt for the subdued tones of the light-filled dining room with its pinstriped chairs and architectural prints. Regional British produce has its say on a thoughtful menu that might bring dressed Devon crab with heirloom tomatoes, ‘perfectly juicy' Suffolk chicken wrapped in pancetta or Royal Estate venison with plum relish and smoked chocolate sauce – although one regular swears by the Sunday roast. The food is supported by a hefty wine list with ‘good provenance'.
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