27 October, 2013


Last night my boyfriend and I went out for dinner at 3 South Place Bar & Grill in the city. This restaurant is part of the South Place Hotel owned by D&D London, who run a string of high class restaurants around the world. The hotel is chic and modern and is clearly influenced by the arts, with the Conrad-designed interiors, art pieces on displayed and paintings on the walls.

The city is significantly quieter on a weekend, so the ambiance of the restaurant was very relaxed with a handful of diners but still cool and intimate. It's not too pretentious, just the right vibe for a chilled out but classy evening. If you prefer something more buzzy, be sure to pop by in the week!
For starters I had the butternut squash and Parmesan soup, it was really nice and creamy, perfect for a cold night.

My boyfriend had the house terrine, pickles and sourdough toast. The terrine was really nice, more coarser than pate and went well with the bread.

For mains, I had the chicken breast, onion & sage, chanteney carrots. The dish was nice, chicken wasn't too dry and the sauce just right.

My boyfriend had the duck leg, plum & black pepper glaze, sautéed black cabbage. It was a little sweet but still very tasty.

We were pretty full otherwise we would of gone for the desserts, next time! It was a lovely meal, reasonably priced and nice chilled atmosphere. Perfect for a relaxed date night or catch up with friends if you want to get away from the madness of central London on a Saturday night.

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