Find this excellent neighbourhood restaurant in 'Wimbledon Village', so handy if you're visiting Britain's tennis Headquarters. The dining room is comfortable and minimalist, with well-spaced tables, making it ideal for business meetings or a romantic sojourn.
Chef Chris Casey offers a modern menu with starters such as 'Roast Beetroot, Fennel, Blood Orange, Chive and Watercress Salad with a Sherry Vinegar Dressing'; 'Cod Fishcakes with Tomato Chili Chutney and Crème Fraiche' and 'Foie Gras, Ham Hock and Greenpeppercorn Terrine with Red Onion Chutney' on offer.
Maybe to be followed by 'Marinated Rump of Lamb with Cauliflower Purée, Spiced Parsnips, Mint and Courgette Relish'; 'Pan-Fried Sea Bream with Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Anchoiade, Parmesan and Boquerones' or 'Red Pepper, Stuffed with Harissa Tabouleh, Pistachio and Squash with Rosewater and Guindilla Chili'.
Desserts are a strong point with perhaps 'Baked Cinnamon and Mascarpone Cheesecake with Armagnac Prunes' and 'Chocolate Truffle Cake with Crème Fraiche on offer. Or you might e tempted by their good selection of farmhouse cheeses.
Friendly, professional service.
- Lunch: all week, 12.00-14.45; set L Mon-Fri £10.00 (2 courses); set Sun L £18 (2 courses) to £23; mains from £13.00 to £17.50
- Dinner: Mon-Sat, 18.30-22.30; mains 13.00 to £17.50; early evening set D £14.50 (2 courses) to £18.50 before 19.30
- Seats: 75, plus 15 outside
- Wine: a good list has plenty of choice under the £20 mark, and offers about a dozen are offered by the glass.
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes, including lavatory
- Nearest station: Wimbledon Rail and Underground, then telephone for directions
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page
- Parking: Street parking
- Closed: D Sun, 25th & 26th Dec, Easter Day
- Outside eating