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Glazed windows and voile curtains shut out the incessant noise and traffic of Knightsbridge, making this modern, comfortable dining room (with well-spaced tables) a serene place to enjoy some of the best seafood cuisine in town. The repertoire is modern with a French accent, although chef Pascal Proyart is not afraid to incorporate Asian and Mediterranean touches.

While the carte is pricey, the petit plats menu at lunch is good value (with prices from £17 for two plates, up to £40 for six) and puts sustainable fishing centre stage. A deftly roasted hand-dived scallop was paired with flaky shallot confit tart and lifted by a red wine matelote that left us hankering for more. Pan-fried farmed turbot tasted fresh and light in a parsley cassoulet, accompanied by king crab dumpling and finished with a few flakes of white truffle and rich bisque. Ethical arguments aside, there was nothing fishy about a smooth parfait of foie gras, its richness perfectly offset by a tart cranberry compote.

For dessert, we enjoyed coconut malibu soufflé. Service is provided by a team that has worked here for several years and understands how to look after its customers. The international wine list is expansive and predictably expensive; however, by-the-glass options start at £7 and include saké.



Venue name: One-O-One
Address: 101 Knightsbridge
Opening hours: Lunch served noon-2.30pm Mon-Fri; 12.30-2.30pm Sat, Sun. Dinner served 6.30-10pm daily
Transport: Tube: Knightsbridge
Price: Main courses £28-£39. Set lunch £17 2 dishes, £22 3 dishes, £28 4 dishes, £34 5 dishes, £40 6 dishes. Set dinner £49 6 courses, £49-£59 tasting menu (£84-£94 incl wine)
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I first discovered this place while watching youtube videos of chefs sourcing their produce. Pascal Proyart would travel to Norway for his salmon and king crab and only use sustainable and line caught seafood. So I went in 2010- it was then and still is the best seafood restaurant for me in London. Excellent, knowledgeable and attentive service with great quality of food that is beautifully presented with impeccable attention to detail. I'm surprised they still don't have a Michelin star. 

Located at the bottom of Sheraton hotel in Knightsbridge, his jet of a place can be easily overlooked when sharing neighbourhood with likes of Diner by Heston and Bar Buloud both situated across the street at the Mandarin Oriental.

These days they are not as busy as they used to be, but do not think that this is because of bad quality or service, I think they need to up their marketing skills. 

7 course dinner with wine will set you back at £280 with service included. Weekdays are very quiet, so you can easily pop with without a reservation. The decor is elegant and spacious with relaxed background music. Wonderful for a romantic dinner for two or to bring family for special occasion.

Had dinner at one o one. Food was great and you can really tell the chef is a "michelin level" in terms of quality and creativity but the service was not good. It was slow and not up to the mark. At some point there were no waiters serving the clients and they even forgot to bring me the wine I ordered. I hope they will improve.

Had lunch with some friends here. Food was of outstanding quality. We went for a la carte dishes taking advantage of the discount. The four of us had different fish dishes and all of them were fantastic. Desserts were also impressive. Service was very attentive, too. Bill came to ~£140 for 4 people. Extremely good value for one of my best restaurant experiences in London, especially if you think that last weekend we paid almost £35 per head for a very average curry...