A small and intimate venue for a special treat.
One of London's very best restaurants at a price that's at least manageable (expect to pay GBP 50 a head without wine). There is no choice - you get what Sally Clarke chooses to offer you on any particular day, but you can guarantee that it will be superbly cooked in the nouveau-Brit style from the very best ingredients. What separates a good restaurant from a great one is the trimmings, of course, and all the bread is freshly and imaginatively baked on the premises, and the hand-made chocolate truffles will make you think you have died and gone to heaven. The shop next door sells the bread and truffles, so if you can't afford the restaurant, you can at least splash out in the shop.
Have pre-dinner drinks in the Churchill Arms (qv) across the road.
Favorite Dish: The bread and the truffles. There is no menu as such, you get what you are given on any particular night.