I was invited to special event last week, it was truly AMAZING! Super delicious food, perfect cocktails and high class public, and lounge music was keeping guests in a good mood. I definitely recommend this place for a dinner date or evening cocktail or two! x
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Time Out says
Posted: Wed Aug 14 2013
In the basement beneath big-brother restaurant l’Etranger is Meursault, which replaces the former Opal Bar. The menu shares the same Franco-Japanese approach as l’Etranger, but the emphasis is on more casual dining, with the likes of sashimi or ‘tartare’ sharing platters of wagyu or charolais beef, or raw tuna with caviar. The food, from the same kitchen as l’Etranger, is as well rendered as it is upstairs. Insider’s tip: Meursault’s wine-pairing menu (£49 per person, including wine) is a good-value alternative to dining upstairs – although the low ceilinged, bunker-like space lacks the luxe feeling of the ground-floor establishment. As a wine bar, though, this place is hard to beat, because it has the same outstanding wine list as L’Etranger.
Meursault 36 Gloucester Road