Describing itself as a modern British restaurant that 'happens to be vegetarian', this Tufnell Park newcomer promises interesting veggie dishes and a creative list of cocktails.
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Ceremony Restaurant Diner Reviews
"We finally got a reservation at this restaurant, which was raved about by the usually carnivorous Giles Coren. The food was good but certainly not in the 'fine dining' category. However, although at first sight, the prices seem a little steep, there is no service charge so the final bill was a pleasant surprise. The hard surfaces and loud music mean that conversation is difficult. having said all this, would I go again? Yes, probably because there were very interesting flavours and combinations. My main course of pappardelle with Jerusalem artichoke was rather bland and the portion size was small for the £16 charge."