My friend arranged for us to meet here one evening. Neither of us had been before but we'd read good things about it.
My friend booked made a reservation for us both, and, as it was busy, we were placed on the counter next to where all the food was prepared. With hindsight, this was really fortuitous, and this is where I'd choose to sit next time if there's just 2 in your group.
As a result of sitting so close up the food preparation, we were not only able to see all the intricacies and the deft touches but also ask questions and generally feel more involved and entertained than had we sat elsewhere.
The approach to ordering was unusual, a sort of tapas style whereby you choose 5 or 6 dishes to share. The plates aren't huge but the food is wonderful.
We had 6 courses and a beer each for about £66 in total - not cheap but exceptional value as the food was possibly the most tasty I've had in many years.
The only drawback is that, as the dishes are designed for sharing, it seems odd to me that they would sometimes serve 3 portions in a dish meaning you'd have to cut one of the portions in half if you're sharing evenly !
The location itself in Flat Iron Square is also an adventure in its own right - lots of 'pop-up' style restaurants - fun, vibrant, noisy, energetic. I've been back a few times now.
All in all, a great food experience, thoroughly recommended.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.