Enterprise

Bars and pubs, Gastropubs South Kensington
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Divided equally between intimate restaurant and bar, the Enterprise gives the illusion of space by means of a floor-to-ceiling mirror at one end of the bar counter. A comprehensive wine list (a dozen sauvignon blancs and Burgundies, a dozen Bordeaux) relies heavily on France and, to a lesser extent, Spain and Italy; five choices of the month preface any decision.

A bar menu lists the likes of salmon tartare bruschetta and grilled caesar chicken sandwich for less than a tenner. The bar (upon which taps of Budvar and Peroni stand next to warrior figurines) can feel cramped on a busy night, making the restaurant seem like a better if more expensive environment in which to enjoy dishes such as beer-battered sole and mushy peas.

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Venue name: Enterprise
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Address: 35 Walton Street
London
SW3 2HU
Opening hours: Open noon-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-3pm, 6-10.30pm Mon-Sat; noon-3.30pm, 6-10pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Knightsbridge or South Kensington tube
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Chia-wen L
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Enterprise is a cozy restaurant located on a quiet street but not far from the shopping district. Just a few minutes walking from Harrods and Knightsbridge.


My friend and I went on a Tuesday which they have this amazing value set menu every Monday & Tuesday lunchtime. (2 Courses for £14.90 and  3 Courses for £17.50) I had a spinach salad for starter which came in a large bowl, the leaves were fresh and I could taste the crunchy bacon in every mouthful. The main course I went for the chicken, the portion was no surprise, a very generous three pieces chicken wrap in ham. We were too full to have dessert after that. 


The atmosphere at The Enterprise is chilled and relax. The only downside is that all the tables were so close to each other. My friend was having a hard time get in and out to her seat as there was literally no space between tables.