Six Clerks Restaurant, London – Review
Based in the heart of London`s Legal Capital you`ll find the Six Clerks Restaurant, a rather good find of a restaurant with a fine dining menu, but without fine dining prices.
The restaurant is actually situated within the historic Law Society building itself, which is found at 113 Chancery Lane. Head inside and you`ll find the restaurant to the right wing.
We recently had the opportunity to review the restaurant during a busy midweek lunchtime and have to say we were rather impressed.
The restaurant is spacious, contemporary and bustling with power lunches, which all adds to a buzzy but relaxed atmosphere. In terms of food, the menus alter around the seasons and the restaurant maintains that it buys British ingredients to support British farmers, a worthy statement indeed.
To start with we tried the Mackerel pate with horseradish puree, baby watercress & pickled beetroot, a very good choice. For mains we opted for the Lamb, which was the Chefs signature dish and came adorned with garlic fondant potato, aubergine puree & rosemary emulsion – a beautifully presented dish bustling with flavour. Finally, we ended with the British cheeses and we have to say that we were so full we couldn`t really finish it. Portions were great and the prices you can expect to pay for this experience is 2 courses for £17.50 or 3 courses for £23 – A BARGAIN!!!
If you are looking for a well priced, fine dining lunch experience for your works party then you simply have to book your table at Six Clerks Restaurant, they have a Christmas menu on and I`m certainly going to be heading back there sometime soon.
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