Gastronhome promotes traditional French cuisine with a modern touch.
L’Avocat. Avocado rose, cottage cheese, macadamia nut croquette and grapefruit salsa £12 (V)
Le Poulpe. Octopus and green olive piperade, Bellota ham, black doily tile £14
Le Foie Gras. Foie Gras and black truffle soup “Elysee” topped with puff pastry £18
La Daurade. Slow cooked Seabream and Scallop in a Bouillabaisse sauce, artichoke, leek and orange Tart Tatin £25
Le Homard. Butter cooked Lobster tail, carrot and Yuzu, risotto and bisque sauce £34
Le Cochon. Roasted Pig Presa Iberico, glazed turnip, crispy polenta and satay, lemongrass jus £25
Le Chevreuil. Venison fillet Wellington, beetroot puree, poached pear, trompettes mushrooms and Grand Veneur sauce £30
Les Champignons. Wild mushroom Ravioles, Roscoff onions fondue and aromatic consommé £24 (V)
Les Fromages. Fine selection of cheeses from France £13
La Pomme. Désirée’s Apple tart and Calvados cream £10
Le Marron. Mont-Blanc cake, vanilla mousse, meringue and glazed chestnut £9
Le Soufflé. Baked Cocoa soufflé and chocolate sauce £12
Chef Damien Fremont prepares a five course tasting menu for the whole table £59 per person
A discretionary 12.5% service charge will be added to the final bill.