"Has been closed for some time. Is now Jam Jar"
"Good food wihh meat grilled on the wood fire in the open restaurant. Set lunch menu was not cheap - you'd pay not much more going for the wider choice on the a la carte menu. Friendly service."
"Consistently high quality food, but perhaps not quite up to the mark of it's sibling Chez Bruce. Some dishes are a bit overfussy."
"Still turning out top quality Spanish food with North African twist, and sherries to die for."
"Traditional pub food slightly enhance in conception and execution. Thankfully not over-Hestoned."
"Everything you could want in a gastro-pub."
"Interesting menu but execution was a bit "tired". Was this because we were there on a Friday lunchtime and they were gearing up for a busy wedding weekend?"
"In Bermondey's young at heart high street, which Crispini's Antico captures perfectly, although crowded out, team delivered well prepared food on time and provided FOC extras where the portions were just too small. Great alternative seating area downstairs - will be back here"
"Great balance of offerings for a steak based restaurant. Service was one of the best i have had, the knowledge of the staff was exceptional. We had a masterclass with the Chef on the beef and then a wine tasting with the sommelier. To top it off we was given some complimentary dessert wine to go with our desserts, which was a nice touch."
"Already giving its close neighbour Hilliards a run for its money. Full of lawyers from neerby offices choosing from the wide selection of salads and other dishes for lunch. Good coffee (and healthy and freshly made options if you are avoiding coffee or tea). Tables to eat in - but roaring take away trade too."
South American restaurateur and designer Juan Santa Cruz will launch his first London venue Casa Cruz in Notting Hill on Tuesday 7 July. The 80-cover restaurant, previously The Clarendon a Victorian pub on Clarendon Road, is set over two floors.
The site has been extensively restored over two years (designed by Cruz himself), with the Santa Cruz Co.’s trademark design stamp, a large copper door and an oval copper bar in the centre of the room.
As well as a bar serving an extensive Latin-influenced cocktail list there is also a heated roof terrace. The menu will be predominantly European, with Argentine influences. Dishes include: wild sea bass crudo and artichokes with lemon and olive oil, available alongside main dishes including Charcoal grilled monkfish; and Cajun chicken breast.
Argentine steaks will of course be a highlight, but there will be British fish and game, and French poultry on the menu too. Desserts include: Dulche de leche flan; and lemon polenta cake, alongside house made ice creams and sorbets.
On the cocktail list: Pisco Sours, Martinis, Negronis, Mojitos and Cairpiroskas, while the wine list will comprise old and new world bottles, with a dedicated section of organic and biodynamic wines.
Santa Cruz Co. owns three restaurants in Argentina, Casa Cruz, Isabel and Aldo’s, all in the heart of Buenos Aires.
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