It was actually impossible to judge as the set lunch was very different from my last à la carte experience. However that is not to say it was not excellent, it was. Well worth it, especially the amazing portion of lamb carved at the table. Delicious.
They had a good selection of wines by the glass. Prices were typically between £8.00 and £12.00 a glass, so ordering bottles was a better deal. We got through a very full bodied bottle of Gewürztraminer which went well with the Lobster and Langoustine Bisque and a smooth New Zealand Pinot Noir that was perfect for the Lamb.
The Capital restaurant is actually well worth a visit, comfortable rather than fashionable, which has to be a good thing.
It did lose its two Michelin stars this year, but that is certainly not going to stop me returning.
Marks out of 10
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