The restaurant is quite traditional in style, complete with doorman; the staff were very polite and attentive. The menu is also quite traditional; the main courses include kedgeree, grilled halibut, honey-glazed duck, rib eye steak etc. There are some more modern combinations like sea trout with samphire and cucumber and lobster and chips with samphire and garlic butter, but this isn't somewhere you come for cutting-edge fusion food - it's somewhere you come for classic dishes done really well.
I ordered the lemon sole which was very simply prepared and presented but tasted delicious.
The food is quite expensive but definitely good quality though now that I've been here I'm not in a rush to go back - it's more one of those restaurants you tick off a bucket list. Still, it's a good location for a celebratory meal.