This much-loved neighbourhood joint has quite the history. Originally opened way back in 1489 by Sir Robert Brackenbury, a former warden of the Tower of London, the restaurant now serves up a menu which traverses Europe.
Head here at lunchtime to enjoy the likes of spiced crab soup with crabmeat toast and rouille, or perhaps marinated black figs with coppa di Parma, basil and rocket. Come the evening, there are larger dishes such as grilled onglet steak served with baked borlotti beans and salsa verde, or roast stonebass fillet with tomatoes and potatoes. Traditional puds might include crème caramel, or chocolate-drizzled profiteroles, while the budget-minded can take advantage of a great-value set lunch menu.