"I had a lunch meal for two at Stovell's very recently. We chose the limited choice lunch menu and I have to say that the food was really excellent, creative and interesting with amuse bouce and lovely homemade bread delivered without extra cost. The service was excellent too, knowledgeable and very attentive front of house staff, all in all an excellent value for money restaurant that deserves recognition locally and more widely."
"I really do think the Light House has gone up a notch in recent times. No longer does it try and put too much together on a plate and no longer does it try and offer too much variety on the menu. This makes for a far better offering and in my opinion the Light House is now in the top dining bracket. The staff are fantastic and the restaurant itself is a lovely venue for lunch or dinner. If you are in the SW19 area you really must pay a visit to the Light House"
"Whilst laid back and appearing casual, the 'punchbowl' at Crosthwaite delivers consistently top class food. The daily specials are always above par in their offering. I would like to see the menu changed a little more often (maybe I visit too much?!) The general manager has full measure of the restaurant and her colleagues, and it is a pleasure to see someone who is so 'complete' within the role. A genuine warm welcome is always forthcoming!"
"Always a cheerful welcome at 'the freemasons', the menu is accomplished and delivers as stated. One minor criticism on a personal note, I do like food to look as natural as possible and found the the use of such a bright green colour a little overwhelming on the scallop main course, this did not impede the flavour, was just visually off-putting. The passion fruit souffle was sublime!"
"Bill's is okay and a solid option but I'm not sure you can say much more than that because it isn't overly cheap. The menu offers variety and the ambience is relaxed and fun for everyone at the same time. The Wimbledon branch service was mixed. Two staff members were excellent, the others seemed a little perplexed at having to deal with small children which is not a great look for a place that positions itself as a family eatery during the day. Will definitely go back but Bill's has room for improvement"
On 1 May Des McDonald will launch his third pop-up restaurant at Selfridges; On the Roof with Vintage Salt. Open for five months, Vintage Salt will kick off Selfridges’ ‘Great British Outdoors’ campaign.
Inspired by a Cornish fishing village, the restaurant will have al fresco dining and plenty of nautical nods – including deck chairs and beach huts.
The Drift Bar, located on the terrace, is accessed via the Boardwalk. A wooden beach hut serves as the bar which includes a dedicated G&Tea bar with gin cocktails, as well as a list of wines.
On the menu: Selection of oysters, Earl Grey smoked salmon, London particular fritters with Colman’s dressing and spiced tuna tartare served with avocado and pickled cucumber. Mains include: Lobster buttie with truffled fries, Camden Hells fish and chips and Halibut fish finger sandwich.
Vintage Salt will be open for late breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner seven days a week. To make a reservation please call 020 7318 3287 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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