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After a little refit in spring 2010, this upmarket brasserie is busy nearly every mealtime, a Belgravia clientele venturing towards Victoria coach station in order to partake in roast rack and braised shoulder of lamb, and a pumpkin, spinach and pine nut wellington.

The Sunday roasts are worthy of a Waitrose TV ad, but you’ll pay £27 for the 28-day-aged fillet from the Castle of Mey estate in Caithness. The layout of the main bar lends itself more to dining, but you can drink there.

A 30-strong wine selection includes a dozen at around £6.50 a glass (Levin Wines sauvignon blanc from the Loire Valley, De Alto Rioja) or £22 a bottle. Cocktails include a Basil Fawlty (Belvedere vodka, apple juice, passionfruit and own-made ginger syrup). You’ll find Asahi and Bitburger among the bottled beers, plus Deuchars and Adnams on tap.

Venue name: Thomas Cubitt
Contact:
Address: 44 Elizabeth Street
London
SW1W 9PA
Opening hours: Open noon-11pm daily. Food served noon-9.30pm daily
Transport: Tube: Victoria tube/rail

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Chris Marett

By far the most outstanding restaurant in London! Atmosphere is brilliant, food is incredible, and the staff are polite and friendly. Very well priced. Love this place!