The layout, spread over several small levels connected by short stairways, gives the space a great lively dynamic. The woodwork is painted a lush, dark studio green (yes, Farrow & Ball), and the flooring is black-and-white checkered tile. In the summer there will be a large outdoor terrace.
A tasting menu for £38
Although things start out easy and bubbly, they get progressively harder. I opted for the tasting menu which costs £38. The week before I had been to the Sketch for a rendezvous in the Lecture Room & Library and three courses cost £165 doubled by the wine. I wasn’t shy about paying a single cent for it because I only go every few years and Pierre Gagnaire is a culinary magician, but I couldn’t understand how Celentano’s could achieve this quality of food for so little money.
I added pork fennel salami to my appetizers and lasagna fries. I always think that the idea of fried lasagna is going to be everything I like in the world in one fell swoop, but I’m always disappointed. My disappointment record is unbroken. There was a seaweed cracker with pickled pumpkin and pumpkin seeds, like the fanciest, most delicious crisp and dip ever. Then antipasti: I’m never a fan of sautéed leeks, but rich, milky-sweet stracciatella and a sprinkling of sourdough breadcrumbs made this one of the best dishes of the night.
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