Gastronhome promotes traditional French cuisine with a modern touch.
Le Poireau. Baby leek seasoned with a ravigote sauce, potato croquette and truffle blanc-manger £12
Le Tourteau. Crab meat and cucumber roll, pressed watermelon with lime and green apple sauce £13
Le Boeuf. Beef fillet carpaccio, green zebra tartare, horseradish cream and Grissini £14
Le Lieu. Pan cooked Pollock fillet, stuffed courgette flower, fennel and orange puree, virgin sauce £24
Le St Pierre. Slow cooked John Dory, clams casserole, celeriac and coconut purée, watercress and yuzu sauce £30
Le Veau. Roasted Veal fillet, sautéed Girolles mushrooms, coco beans, breaded bone marrow and jus corsé £29
La Caille. Seared quail with mild spices, aubergine and yoghurt puree, couscous and apricot £25
Les Fromages. Fine selection of cheeses from France £12
La Pêche. Peach and strawberry pavlova, basil marshmallow and lime Chantilly £9
Le Chocolat. Dark chocolate miroir, Guanaja mousse, raspberry soft center, and golden berry salsa
Chef Damien Fremont prepares a five course tasting menu for the whole table £54 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.