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Posted: Mon Nov 10 2014
Small but perfectly formed, as the saying goes, the Scandinavian Verru restaurant is nestled in the very heart of London’s lovely Marylebone Village in the West End. Great effort has gone in to creating a chic but unpretentiously frill free interior here, in a long, narrow dining room with exposed brick walls, large mirrors and parquet flooring, the simplicity of the décor recognisably true to the roots of the Verru menu. Indeed Executive Chef and owner Andrei Lesment, previously at big name London restaurants such as Maze and Pied a Terre, has plundered his own Estonian background as well as the flavours of its Baltic neighbours in creating Verru’s two AA Rosette daily changing menu. With only twenty-six seats, a surprisingly affordable menu and wine list and a fast growing reputation as one of the capital’s most exciting modern restaurants, prior booking for Verru is absolutely vital in order to avoid disappointments.