Restaurants: Big name hunting
Saturday 05 December 1998
New St Square, London EC4 (0171-583 1313)
Brit-food champion Gary Rhodes (above) turns out some of the best boy- food in the UK.
68 Royal Hospital Rd, London SW3 (0171-352 4441)
Former premises of Tante Claire taken over by this celebrated chef who poached many of the staff when he left Aubergine.
49 Frith St, London W1 (0171-734 5183)
Thoughtful Modern British cuisine in decor adored by some and described as "the inside of a fridge" by others.
46 Golborne Rd, London W10 (0181-968 2200)
Three-, four- and five-course set menus served in cosy surroundings, from Anthony "Mr Food & Drink" Worrall Thompson.
30 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1 (0171-251 6606)
Rustic French food served in restful, deep-blue decor.
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