- It may be housed in a converted bank (Grade ll listed at that), but the interior of this spacious restaurant and bar is modern and very fashionable. It boasts a neoclassical interior with a 20ft ceiling and domed skylights - no wonder City folk like to unwind here at the minimalist bar, though it must be said that the loud music seems a little out of place. The large brasserie serves typical French dishes such as Fish Soup, Coq au Vin, and Wild Mushrooms with Celeriac and French Beans. The smaller restaurant at the back is more haute cuisine - with dishes like the Carpaccio of Tuna and Scallops with roasted sesame seeds, oriental spices, black radish and lime. It is also open for breakfast.
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