Formerly the Abbeville Kitchen, this has a local feel with its little terrace and cosy dining room yet its appeal is universal. The menu changes daily, but expect a blend of modern British and European cuisine, with dishes such as suet-crusted beef-and-onion pie and Cornish pollock, violet artichokes, chickpeas, Gordal olives and anchovies. Seasonal produce is emphasised.
You'll always find a large piece of meat to share between two or three such as slow-cooked lamb or rib of Dexter beef. On Saturdays from 10am to 3pm, it's brunch all the way.