I have been absent from the board for some time, sorry - sort of had twins, which has kept me kinda busy and not really in the market for much dining out!
To add to that, we've been job and house a-hunting and are about to move to Cheshire (Harters, as resident expert, I'm going to do a separate post on a 'starter kit' list for the locale, do hope you will respond!)
So, my lovely bloke has said, given the London foodie scene will be one of the aspects I'll miss the most, that we can have a Last Supper, anywhere of my choosing, without budget being a consideration.
If it were a special memories place, then that would be Trinity, Mien Tay or Terroirs, in all of which we have spent happy times. But I feel it should be somewhere we haven't gone, as a sort of celebration...
Have done Gavroche, Ledbury, Launceston Place, Roganic, Viajante, Pollen St Social, Goodman, Hawksmoor, Yauatcha, Hakkasan...lucky me.
So...Dabbous? Marcus Wareing? The Square? Reviews of Hedone suggest it might be a bit, well, not quite me. Or are there places which are just brilliant and romantic and enough to fill my foodie memories for a while further down the scale? Unfortunately, with 4 month olds, we're working to a deadline so can't go to any of the new no reservation places, more's the pity, as would have really liked to try Pizarro.
Thoughts gratefully received!
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