THE PRIMROSE HILL REVIEW: ODETTE’S SET LUNCH

At £12.50 a glass it bumped up our total, but was extremely drinkable. We had to make a pact only to have one each. After all, it was lunchtime and even in winter the sun wasn't over the yard-arm.

THE PRIMROSE HILL REVIEW: ODETTE’S SET LUNCH

I’m not sure that there can be better value for lunch in London than the Odette’s set menu.

At lunch, chef-patron proud Welshman Bryn Williams offers two courses are £13, three courses £15, and you can add half a bottle of house wine and coffee for £9.75. There is also an a la carte menu.

I went for a gossip and a catch up with the girls on a cold day. We were well looked after by front of house manager David Allan, who has a keen eye for the type of detail that matters, such as keeping the door shut to keep everyone warm and cosy inside.

Odette’s wins a special gold star from me: when I mentioned on booking the table that I am allergic to egg, David told me that they already knew. As an allergy-sufferer, it means a lot to know I’m in safe hands.

So what did we have? And what did we think of it? You’ll have to click on the gallery to find out….

Our bill came to £103.50 for three of us, and included three set menus of three courses, three glasses of Champagne, two Americanos, one fresh mint tea and service.

http://www.odettesprimrosehill.com

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