Restaurant Reviews


We marvel at black buns of lobster with seaweed and a trio dish of of kimchi ‘Kimchilogy’ that reverberate with umami goodness, and share stories of travels abroad with each other as we scoop up a rich red pork mince dip with sesame crackers…

Senor Ceviche

Senor Ceviche fits in perfectly with its jazzy ambience and laid back eating, and the food is glorious to boot.


Arabica have a new set lunch menu on Sundays, with 2 courses for £20 and 3 courses for £25 – great value for money.

Le Garrick

Exposed brick and distressed plasterwork speak more to the age of the restaurant, and are authentic little reminders of its maturity.

Ametsa, Arzak Instruction

Ametsa with Arzak Instruction draws on the principles of Basque cuisine to add the restaurant’s trademark flair to the classic British concept of afternoon tea.

Heliot Steakhouse

Fillet steak is medium rare on the nose, as is the larger sirloin steak we also order. Both graduate in colou from a blackened exterior through to a plumby red.