This restaurant is not a long walk from where we live in Battersea, but we still get a bus to get there earlier. Today we had invited our friend Clare for lunch. Tony and I have been there a number of times since our first visit, for which I had posted a review on TripAdvisor. We value Clare's opinion and were delighted to find that she was just as smitten by the chef-patron's prowess as we are. Tony had a marvellous duck terrine with prune and ginger marmalade to start with while Clare and I had delicious girolle mushrooms with smoked duck. For mains, Tony had calf's liver with shallot and vinegar sauce and a bowl of heavenly mashed potatoes, while Clare and I shared a rib of medium rare beef with roast garlic and dauphinoise potatoes, rich in cream. For dessert Clare had the tarte de jour, which was a mixture of red berries on a baked square of shortbread and Tony and I had the rum baba with white rum. This was a sensationally good meal from a French chef at the height of his powers. You don't have to live in Battersea to eat here but you're daft if you don't.
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