"The food is stunning - the atmosphere less so."
"Just lovely food - unpretentious, simply cooked, good value - and paired with a truly fantastic wine list"
"Enjoyed this and thought all round experience was great value."
"Wow food certainly worth a mention, Conor Toomey presents superb food"
"The only criticism I can think of is that the servings could have been bigger (more carbs, especially). Great neighbourhood place, but stylish. Bar's great too. The doughnut pudding was delicious!"
"Fantastic food, wide range in menu, superbly prepared and presented. Out to be busier and busier than it was, but maybe in time ..."
"The menu changes almost daily, and the one word names of the dishes don't give too much away so every course is a little surprise. Love the fresh ingredients the team grows/forages themselves. The wine list here is amazing, with a great selection of growers champagne Bubbledogs is known for. The tasting menu is also incredibly good value for London"
"The Kaiseki tasting menu contains dishes unlike ones you'd find in most other Japanese restaurants in the UK. Umu serves tradition Kyoto styled cuisine, made with seasonal fresh ingredients. A good place to try something different, but they still serve some pretty amazing sushis!"
"Very friendly and accommodating village pub which is well above average. Food, wine and beer all to be recommended, booking would appear to be essential most of the time and I can see why. we were a group of eight on two occasions and not one adverse comment amongst us all, praise indeed!"
"Outstanding creative food. Very hard to better"
Like the original M in the City's Threadneedle Street, the site will include two restaurants – M Grill (specialising in steak) and M Raw (which serves tartares, sushi and sashimi).
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 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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