Find this excellent seafood restaurant on the ground floor of the Sheraton Park Tower Hotel, discreetly camouflaged behind an expansive glass frontage.
Breton chef, Pascal Proyart, certainly knows his fish - and how to handle them; so that clear flavours are allowed to stand out.
Perhaps begin with 'Seaweed-steamed Langoustines with Aioli'; 'Oysters' (offered in various ways); 'Red Tuna Carpaccio and pan-fried Foie Gras, Broad Bean Salad and Balsamic Truffle Dressing' or seasonally 'Norwegian Red King Crab Legs' (again offered in different ways).
Maybe follow with 'Pan-fried Salmon with Sorrel Cream'; 'Pavé of Dover Sole Meunière, pan-fried Langoustines, Fennel Compote and Nantua Sauce' or 'Sea Bass, Jabugo Ham, Artichoke Fricasée with Hazelnut Cappuccino'.
There are a few excellent dishes for confirmed carnivores - perhaps 'Roast Duck Breast with Peach and Spring Onion Fricasée, Vanilla Mash Parmentier and Ginger Bigarade Sauce' or 'Fillet Steak'.
Finish with the likes of 'Warm Chocolate Fondant with Raspberry Sorbet'; 'Pineapple Ravioli filled with Coconut Crème Brulée and Pina Colada Sorbet' or their excellent selection of cheeses.
Professional service from friendly staff.
- Food Style: Seafood
- Lunch: all week, 12.00 (Sun 12.30) - 14.30; set L £23 (2 plates), £29 (3 plates) etc. mains about £28 to £39
- Dinner: all week, 19.00-22.30; mains £28 to £39; Tasting Menu from to £75
- Seats: 50, plus about 30 outside
- Wine: a good list is laid-out by style, and kicks off in the mid £30's. Prices are firm throughout.
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Wheelchair access: Yes, including lavatory
- Nearest station: Knightsbridge Underground
- Directions: between Harvey Nichols and Harrods. See the map on this page.
- Parking: Street parking or NCP
- Closed: enquire about Christmas openings
- Air conditioned
- Outside eating
- Rooms available