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|Address:||10 Lincoln Street, London SW3 2TS|
|Tel:||020 7225 1881|
|Price: £83.00||Wine: £35.00||Champagne: £66.00|
|Opening Hours:||Tues-Fri 12N-2.15pm Mon-Sun 6-10.30pm (Sun -10pm)|
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Credit where Credit is due.
I casually went to this restaurant after sniffing around outside once lunchtime.
After a cheery conversation with a kitchen porter in the basement from the street I plucked
up confidence to go inside.
I say plucked up as it feels like a very posh private house with a door bell
and a big front door that is opened to you.
A menu is displayed outside thankfully otherwise it would be just too intimidating. The interior was all like a Stately home silks damasks pouffes etc etc.
it appeared to be devoid of Diners.
I was seated comfortably and the usual stuff brought.
It was when the food started to arrive that I realised I was in a very special place. The cutlery was most unusual shapes and lengths like I'd never seen perhaps imported
The portions were all very very chi chi delicate and tiny but boy was a lot of effort packed into them!
No big slurpy bowls of Curry or Rice here.
It was totally 'Brigitte Bardot minceur micro 'Indian style'cuisine and revolutionised my attitude to the usual
big portions that 95%of the London public are used to.I really felt special and priveleged to
be party to this secret 'craft'cuisine.Very unusual ingredients.
I was astonished at how a tasty meal could be produced using such minimalist methods.
On leaving I gave my regards –
I detected a slight coldness in the air on departing perhaps but this could have been down to lack of custom at that particular sitting?