Had the 5 course menu, which was delicious and all surprisingly light. I also don't normally particularly like scallops (first course) or licorice (dessert), but they were used in such inventive ways that those were actually my standout dishes. The caramelised onion butter with sourdough on the side was really special.
Great service - despite being attentive the staff were laid back and non-intrusive, which gave the meal a really relaxed feeling (which we certainly appreciated). Didn't do the matching wines, but the waiter recommended a really good Californian chardonnay, which was actually cheaper that a number of wines on the menu (also refreshing as sometimes there is a tendency for a recommendation to be one of the more expensive wines). Great soundtrack as well! Sometimes with fine dining the atmosphere can be a little stuffy, but Radio is relaxed, informal, with cool interiors (of course!), good tunes and great food.
Not cheap, but good value.
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