This glam Fitzrovia venue opened back in 2004, and was the first London venture from a group with two other UK venues - including the original in Stadhampton, with 80 acres of working farmland.
Many of the ingredients on the menu here come from that farm. There's a pan-Asian slant to most of the dishes, with options ranging from dim sum, sushi and Thai soups to crispy Peking duck, lobster spring rolls, soft shell crab tempura and crispy belly of Gloucestershire old spot pork belly served on bacai with pickled ginger and soy chilli dipping sauce.
The cocktail bar also proves popular. Expect classic martinis, Champagne cocktails, a number of mojitos and Crazy Bear 'classics' such as a ginger bear (Koko Kanu coconut rum, Mozart white chocolate liqueur, fresh ginger, cream and lemongrass) or a Crazyberry (Tanqueray, raspberries, fresh chillies, framboise and lime juice). Small plates are available here, too.