This elegant, French-feeling brasserie has been pleasing the crowds in Twickenham since 2015 with its classy good looks of stained-glass windows, dark wood flooring, studded grey banquettes and properly-laid clothed tables.
Expect classic modern European cooking from the à la carte and great-value two- and three-course set menus. Kickstart your meal with the likes of seared scallops served with a cauliflower purée, or opt for half a dozen oysters accompanied by shallot vinegar and rye bread. For the main event, try fruit-crusted Welsh lamb saddle with roast pumpkin and mushroom fricassee, or perhaps pan-fried salmon fillet with vegetables and harissa sauce. Vegetarians aren’t forgotten about either, with a meat-free menu featuring dishes such as butternut squash timbale with fried polenta and Roquefort sauce.
There are French and European wines available by the glass, while dessert wines can be paired with sweet treats such as a poached pear and chocolate sponge, and chocolate fondant served with a scoop of coffee ice cream. Sunday lunch, meanwhile, sees roast rib of beef, braised pork cheeks and pan-fried seabream.