We've only eaten there once, but 10 Greek Street is the model of the sort of place we're looking for again. We like the passionate, personal style of the chef, the careful sourcing, and the moderate pricing. (With the exception of the shared Welsh Black Beef, none of the entrees tops 20 GBP at 10 Greek Street. If we're not in the mood for a meal based around an entrée, we can make an appealing meal of appetizers or small plates.) No reservations admittedly a drawback, but life isn't perfect.
I have Green Man & French Horn and Terroirs Wine Bar on my list on the assumption that these places are also moderately priced with interesting, appealing food. Am I right? What should I strike off my list? Add to my list? (Recommendations can include Asian restaurants.)
For this trip, we'll be staying at The Chesterfield (Mayfair), close to the Green Park Underground Station.