Gastronhome promotes traditional French cuisine with a modern touch.
Le Potiron. Pumpkin and chestnut raviole, candy beetroot, cauliflower and hay froth £12
La Daurade. Seabream ceviche, avocado, smoked haddock and lime doily tile £13
Le Canard. Duck foie gras terrine, smoked magret and confit leg, plum condiment and Poilane bread £14
La Truite. Pan cooked sea trout fillet, glazed quenelle, spelt, swiss chard and crayfish bisque £25
Le Turbot. Slow cooked turbot fillet in a seaweed butter, poached oyster, cucumber and aromatic broth £30
Le Poulet. Chicken breast and black truffle “Demi-Deuil”, roasted leg and wild mushrooms, potato gnocchi supreme sauce £28
Le Boeuf. Roasted Wagyu beef hanger steak and confit cheeks, smoked celeriac puree, Alsatian lard and red wine sauce £25
Les Fromages. Fine selection of cheeses from France £13
La Poire. Caramelized pear, Brittany shortbread, salted butter caramel sauce and vanilla cream £9
Le Chocolat. Dark chocolate and hazelnut cylinder, white chocolate cream and cocoa biscuit £9
Le Soufflé. Baked Grand Marnier soufflé and orange marmalade £11
Chef Damien Fremont prepares a five course tasting menu for the whole table £59 per person
Sommelier Christopher Nespoux selects wines to complement every course £45 per person
Three course Menu (except Friday and Saturday evening) £35 Daily menu
A discretionary 12.5% service charge will be added to the final bill.