This modern British restaurant is found on the old site of a 28-50 wine bar, and is overseen by young chef Gemma Ellis, who previously worked at the Harwood Arms.
The candle-lit basement dining room features midnight blue walls and raw timber tables and chairs, while the regularly-changing menu champions the best of British. On your visit, you might find starters such as goose rillettes with cranberry sauce, or brown shrimp on an English muffin, while mains include the likes of roast chicken with creamed leeks, mushrooms and bacon.
For pudding, try the traditional dishes such as almond cake with figs, while those with a savoury tooth can choose from a selection of Neal’s Yard cheeses. If you’re after a liquid dessert, stop by Clifford’s late-night bar, which serves cocktails which are made using local produce, and luxe bar snacks such as cacklebean devilled eggs and buttermilk fried rabbit.