Thursday, 9 October 2014


What: Lunch at Modern British

Where: Tottenham Court Road, London

Value: £40pp

Food Review: A non-alcoholic menu was not set out but a cocktail could be changed, so I stuck to a classic mojito, which I can't complain. For starters was arricini , which was exquisitely made with the right amount of flavour. For main, cod with pomme puree, which was overpowered with salt. For dessert a melt in the middle chocolate pudding, which due to the fact I had been looking at the view had turned to just a chocolate pudding which none the less was still amazing. To end the meal, drinks were ordered including coffee with a pretty heart on top.

Settings Review:  Located in what was considered to a be an architectural masterpiece, located high, at the top of the tower is Paramount. It is split over two floors, with the lower, a modern dining experience and the above a  bar that wraps around the building, allowing a view of the streets below, including oxford street, The interior within the restaurant does not hold a an open kitchen but instead with simple sleek modern furniture, a contrast from its concrete exterior.   

Positives: great tasting food, beautiful view, halal food can be ordered with advance notice

Negatives: salty, separate drinks list could be available

3 words: expensive, beautifully made

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