"Even takeaways from here don't lose their freshness. Wonderful, interesting cooking."
"I have been coming here for over thirty years and it continues to offer excellent value and well presented and well cooked food. My one criticism was that at 8 pm they had sold out of two of the relatively few main course options."
"Nice local french style restaurant. Very good value set lunch menu. Cooking can be variable"
"Midweek lunch in July: very quiet but great value set lunch.Wine expensive for a pub but reasonable for a restaurant."
"Very good buzzy place on a Friday evening in July for the tasting menu (2 for 1) offering great value with the "wine paring" an extra £20 each. Good luck in Warlingham."
"Very good steak for £10 but the burger is deep fried and that doesn't work. Chips mediocre. The place is good, more New York than London with interesting table furniture. Shame about the burger."
"A short menu but with interesting dishes beautifully cooked. Charming service and a relaxing, cool ambience."
"Steaks are ok, rest is just shabby and a money making machinery. Service is nice , temperature are freezing as air con is at full blast, a place to avoid"
"Great location, but you are paying for the view, steep prices. Good food, well executed to match perfection more innovation is required"
"Although we must have been the last people to arrive (21:30 booking!) there was definitely no sign of a let up in the service or food department. Wonderfully enthusiastic staff and super tasty food. Book WELL IN ADVANCE!!!"
It seems as though Belgravia will soon be rivalling the City when it comes to new restaurants. As well as the Zig Zag building development, Nova is also on its way which will garnish the restaurant wasteland around Victoria station with 18 dining spots in 2016. And we're not talking about any old chains either.
Among the distinguished residents of this new development are: Jason Atherton, Bone Daddies, Will Ricker and Village London. For his next trick the irrepressible Atherton will turn his hand to Italian cuisine with the restaurateur's Nova restaurant featuring a pasta room where diners can see the food being made.
Adam White, the man behind Village London (The Riding House Café, Village East and The Garrison), plans to open an all-day dining affair with 150 covers, outdoor terrace, upstairs bar and a private dining room.
Meanwhile Will Ricker (of Bodega Negra fame) will bring his American BBQ spot The Stoke House to Nova. He will also launch a second organic cold-press juice and food store, Juice Well.
Bringing some street cred to the whole operation is Ross Shonhan (the daddy of Bone Daddies). He plans to open a ramen bar at Nova serving noodles, filled buns and a take on Osaka-style Okonomiyaki. It sounds like it could be Shonhan's largest venue to date with two floors and outside space.
D&D London have also snapped up a space but are yet to announce the name, however we do know the new venue will feature two floors, café, bar, terrace and food store.
And Sourced Market, which opened the first produce market in St Pancras station in 2009, opens its third site at Nova in 2016, offering everything from artisan coffee to craft beer and charcuterie to croissants.
The purpose of Nova is to 'create a vibrant new link between Victoria Station and Buckingham Palace', which in turn leads onto the Royal Parks. At an enormous 897,000 sq ft the development will include office space and apartments.
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