Hard to add much to other reviews. The presentation of the interesting menu is delightful (had to battle hard not to fill up with bread) with the lobster starter and oxtail a particular hit. (Saw sea bass in salt crust being served adjacent which looked fab too).
The service was hugely attentive, although occasionally intrusive given coziness of our rectangular table against the glass (they had to lean between rather than round us) with the maître d' particularly charming.
Lovely too, to see a Kingfisher whizz past on the Thames as we ate.
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