A good neighbourhood restaurant, named after the church opposite (attractively floodlit at night), this Italian run restaurant surprisingly produces British food. Although the dining room has bare brick walls and wooden floors, the general feel is smart. Fish figures prominently, and has its own menu.
Starters on offer include the likes of Asparagus and Roast Plum Tomato Salad with Sautéed Wild Mushrooms; 'Belly of Pork with Roast Pepper & Mango Salsa' and Tian of Smoked Haddock and Salmon.
Mains maybe Poached Fillets of Lemon Sole; Fillet of Pork with a mushroom stuffing and a wrapping of Smoked Bacon and a Sage Jus; 'Roast Duck Breast with Rosti Potatoes, Confit of Duck, Vegetable Stir-Fry and Honey & Soya Sauce' or Fennel-Crusted Sea Bass Fillet with a Butter Tomato Sauce.
Perhaps finish with Lemon Posset with Ginger Biscuits and Balsamic Berries or Chocolate Fudge Cake with Orange Anglaise.
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: all week 12.30-14.30; set L from £14.95 (2 courses) to £24.50, mains from £15.95 to £22
- Dinner: Mon-Sat; set D from £16.95 (2 courses) to £27.95; mains from £15.95 to £22
- Seats: 100, plus 20 outside
- Wine: an adequate wine list, of mainly French and Italian varieties kicks off at £13.95
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes, but not lavatory
- Nearest station: Oxhey
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page
- Parking: Street Parking
- Closed: 25th Dec; Bank Holidays
- Air conditioned
- Outside eating