Few restaurants can match this place on a sunny day or balmy evening - it's right by the Thames, at the foot of the Millennium Bridge, and with views across to Tate Modern, The Shard and Shakespeare's Globe. A lovely outdoor terrace is the plum spot when weather allows.
There's a fair bit of Cornish influence on a modern-British menu strong on seafood. Expect, then, dishes such as a Falmouth crab and clotted cream tart, roasted Cornish lamb rump, charred Newlyn Bay mackerel and fish of the day - caught from Falmouth Bay and off Helford. The beef is all from Galloway.
Lighter bites feature in the bar, alongside a wine list slanted toward the old world - France, Italy and Spain making most noise. Cocktails include a selection made with mead, so keep an eye out for an elderberry caipirinha - a mix of fresh blackberry and lime muddled with elderberry mead and Sagatiba cachaca.