The food at Oliver Dabbous’ flagship is inventive and modern, light and clean (think olive oil ganache and sheep’s milk ice cream), with a focus on local ingredients and seasonality. The dining room, which is industrial with a smattering of rustic touches, reveals exposed air ducts and minimal wood tables, a look which gets a bit warmer in the den-like bar downstairs. The best part is the price point—£58 for their multi-course tasting menu and just £35 for the four-course lunch.

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