Booked after reading a review in Time Out. Bit difficult to find because it's doesn't really look like a restaurant. Bar on first floor with restaurant on 2nd floor so not great for people with mobility problems. Atmosphere lovely: Candle lit, fire in the hearth, jazz music, etc. Went on a Wednesday and it was almost full, mostly with couples. Only 3 choices of each course which may be a problem to some. Delicious amuse bouche of cucumber jelly with horseradish cream followed by rabbit ballontine and a squid/snapper with pickled cabbage for starters, lamb and a pollock for main, and chocolate mousse and a parsnip cake (very short and inadequate description). All the dishes were small, beautifully presented and packed with flavour. My husband and I like to try each others choices and the portions were a bit small to do this easily, but we were both comfortably full after 3 courses. Each dish was explained to us in detail. Not meaning to knock Brixton, but this is seriously good food in a very unexpected place. If you're a foodie, you'll love this place. Expensive, but worth it. The only complaint is that it's not where we live.
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