Food and drink
Bosi’s mind and palate are clever indeed, capable of matching mutton with a crust of fresh walnuts and sauce of coffee and almond milk, yet refreshingly free of scientific pretensions. Respectably produced British ingredients are highlighted but dish names only hint at the kitchen’s experimental techniques (how do you smoke blackcurrant purée, for instance?). Vegetarians are offered their own very appealing menu, and the wine list is more open-minded about New World wines than you might expect from a Frenchman’s business.
The oak-panelled room is elegant rather than intimate – although neighbouring tables are close enough to strike up a conversation.
Highly skilled with all the traditional fine dining courtesies, most of the time.
Close to the luxury shopping streets of Mayfair and an easy walk from Oxford Circus.
The three-course lunch menu is £29.50, or £38 with glass of wine, coffee and petit fours included. Both are great deals when you consider the tasting menu is £95 a head, and the main menu £75 for three courses.
- Business travellers
- Mature travellers
- Special occasions