Food and drink
Drinks are beautifully presented in crystal glasses by staff wearing military jackets. The menu is well thought out and innovative. I love the Galician oysters or the scallops (served with popcorn!) to start, followed by the rack of lamb. The wine list is exceptional - as is the sommelier.
Dark wooden floors and bars, brass fittings, huge potted palms against white walls, Indian statues, tablecloths and champagne-coloured sofas create a quintessentially colonial feel. The mix of locals and holidaymakers creates a lively, sociable vibe.
It's slick and well polished. It seems to get better every time I go. James Hewitt usually does the rounds in his distinctive, debonair style.
It’s on a busy junction on the eastern end of the Golden Mile.
It's about 35 euros a head without wine, so about average for the area.
- Business travellers
- Mature travellers
- Celebrity spotting
- People watching