Tucked away at the water’s edge beneath Folly Bridge, this riverside brasserie offers approachable, Mediterranean-inspired cooking. Pricing is modest (particularly given the views), with three courses weighing in at £20 for the likes of home-cured gravadlax with beetroot, horseradish and rémoulade, grilled salmon with dauphinoise potato or swordfish steak with pak choy and wholegrain mustard sauce. But not everything smacks of the sea: stone-baked pizzas (£8.50) are perhaps the biggest draw, while chicken, mushroom and tarragon risotto maintains the Med-inspired theme. Alternatively, roll up for the £10.95 three-course lunch, which might run from mozzarella-filled arancini, via mixed seafood en papillote to chocolate mousse. Service is friendly and informal, and a long list of cocktails keeps things lively in the evening.