La Carte – Automne 2017

Gastronhome promotes traditional French cuisine with a modern touch.

Les Entrees

Le Céleri. Salt baked celeriac, green celery and apple puree, heritage beetroot and chestnut £12 (V)

Le Poulet.  Chicken liver parfait, cranberry jam, golden brioche and port reduction £13

L’Esturgeon.  Smoked sturgeon and potato Moscovite, Oscietra caviar and lemon sour cream  £18

Les Plats

La Barbue.  Slow cooked Brill fillet in a lemon butter, parsnip, sand carrot and liquorice sauce £25

La Lotte. Roasted Monkfish in mild spices, sweet potato and passion fruit puree, mussels and saffron sauce £30

Le Colvert. Mallard duck cooked two ways, roasted breast and confit leg, golden turnip, almond marshmallow and jus corsé £27

L’Agneau. Braised milk fed Lamb shoulder, cheese and potato Aligot, glazed salsify, watercress puree and rosemary jus £25

Les Champignons. Wild mushroom Ravioles, Roscoff onions fondue and aromatic consommé £24 (V)

Les Desserts

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.