4th March, 2015 | Article By Frances Murray

If you would like to escape the madding crowds of Knightsbridge and give those weary shopping soles a rest, then slide round the back of Harrods and make your way to Ebury Street in SW1.

A peach of a place this small, intimate restaurant has an attractive menu serving modern european cuisine accompanied by an adventurous wine list.  I find the prices quite reasonable for a spot of lunch, considering you are in Belgravia.  I like the warm interior, feeling slightly french but not in any way haughty, with an elaborate floral display in the centre of the dining area.  Oh, and the walls are painted with trompe l’oeil murals adding that extra touch of personality.  The staff are very friendly and it all adds up to a really nice experience.

They always serve an interesting 2/3 course lunch and as a well established venue for eating and drinking close to Victoria Station, I think most tourists would enjoy this hidden gem just around the corner.

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