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Corrigan's Mayfair, London

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Corrigan's Mayfair, London

food.snob | Nov 13, 2008 04:13 PM

Hi All,

Corrigan's opened on Thursday 6th November, I went on Friday 7th.
I was very pleased.
The food is simple, but tasty. Very 'honest' cooking. Lots of fish, lots of games. Ingredients are top quality too.
The staff are really, really nice. Come across so genuine and are very helpful.
The atmosphere within is good too, with a hunting lodge motif.
It's as if the restaurant has been around for ages already...
Pick of the dishes:
Starter: Salad of Game Birds, Romesco Sauce
Fish: Red Mullet, Creme Fraiche, Fennel
Meat: Roe Venison Cutlet, Pumpkin, Mashed Potato
Pudding: Rhubarb & Custard

It is also very reasonably priced (starters ≈ £10; mains ≈ £20; desserts - £7.50), but there is a £1.50 cover charge...

My critique: http://foodsnobblog.wordpress.com/200...

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I really enjoyed it and recommend it.

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