The Albany is set in a unique, 18th century Grade II listed building in the heart of George Street in St Albans. The restaurant – with its dynamic bold red and white décor, wooden floors and cosy ambience – is frequented by city commuters, yummy mummies and fashionistas alike. The French-inspired modern European menu includes favourites such as the seared scallops, cauliflower puree, black pudding and pancetta; new season rack of Welsh lamb with tapenade mash, baby onions, sugar snaps and rosemary jus; and the poached fillet of sea bass ratatouille and basil oil. The chic atmosphere makes The Albany popular for business lunches, private dinner parties and stylish evening meals.
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