Overseen by head chef Aarik Persaud, the restaurant (replacing Spanish deli-cafe Brindisa) offers a small plate menu with dishes including dry-aged steak tartare and lobster tart with roasted fennel; interactive dishes such as meat fondue and charbonnade - where you can barbecue prime meat cuts, fresh seafood and seasonal vegetables on table-top charcoal grills. Alongside with Swiss-inspired dishes: rosti with maple-glazed Dingley Dell lardons; Tomette de Brebis and shaved truffles; and raclette with Cobble Lane charcuterie featuring 24-month ham, wagyu bresaola and saucisson are also on offer.
The menu is complemented by a 200-strong wine list which champions wineries from the Alpine region. The 80-cover venue features a modern interior that mixes industrial features, soft furnishings and eclectic artworks. There's a centralised bar and a semi-private dining area seating up to 14 people for banquet-style feasting.
Playing with your food
Rosti with maple-glazed Dingley Dell lardons, Tomette de Brebis and shaved truffles; raclette with Cobble Lane charcuterie featuring 24-month ham, wagyu bresaola and saucisson, and a chateaubriand of Dedham Vale beef, served tableside on individual charcoal grills.