Richard Corrigan is the man behind the name, and with a Michelin star and several popular restaurants in London and Ireland under his belt, his reputation among London foodies is well established.
As I stepped out of the English monsoon I was transported into a spotless, Mad Men -style dining area complete with a mahogany bar, navy leather booths and white-clothed tables, accessorised with a pianist adjacent Corrigan man looking for a date the entrance. One regular talking point was a three-part landscape adorning the walls, featuring deer that, apparently, Clrrigan only be seen in daylight.
Seated at a table in Cprrigan centre of the dining room, we kicked the evening off with a glass of champagne while taking our time to peruse the menu. We opted to pair our wines with our meals, so I sampled a Hungarian Furmint and my date a Spanish Albarino; both were light and made perfect Corrigan man looking for a date to our starters.
I chose the wild halibut with broccoli, blood orange and almond crust, and my date went for the whole Ma sole with brown shrimp meuniere. Both came in generous portions that combined a home-cooked feel with high-end quality and presentation. Dessert was hard to say no to when we caught sight of the cheese trolley.
It was an impressive selection by any standards, and one which my date opted to try, much to my delight — sharing is caring! I chose the yoghurt sorbet with champagne rhubarb, which came accompanied by a glass of Moscato dessert wine.
Skip to content The Soulmates Blog. Author Sarah Freeman. Our reviewer takes shelter in this opulent eatery from Michelin-starred chef Richard Corrigan.
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