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Address: 27A Hay's Mews, London W1J 5NY

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7499 3331

The Greenhouse is a modern European, Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant. It is owned by MARC Group, operators of Japanese restaurant Umu in London and A Voce in New York City, and well known for its wine list.

This restaurant has 2 Michelin Stars

Latest reviews of The Greenhouse

AA_Gill

AA Gill, The Sunday Times

28 April 2013

Elizabeth adored her lamb with aubergine, saying it might have been the best Yorkshire lamb she’d had for a brace of yonks — and this from a girl who keeps her own sheep…

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zoe_williams

Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

13 November 2012

The grouse with cabbage, foie gras and lardo de Colonnata, which I thought travelled the full range of everything savoury I wanted to taste in my mouth, ever…

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Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

17 October 2012

The wine list is notably lengthy, although lunches can be enlivened by the many appealing options by the glass. Service is smiling, unobtrusive and slick – this place really is flawless…

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Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

26 May 2012

Turbot was served with baby artichokes, cockles, kaffir lime, finger lemon and a garnish of pak choi cress. The turbot was nicely cooked and the artichokes were good, but cockles seemed to me a rather odd pairing…

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What the Critics say

AA_Gill

AA Gill, The Sunday Times

28 April 2013

Elizabeth adored her lamb with aubergine, saying it might have been the best Yorkshire lamb she’d had for a brace of yonks — and this from a girl who keeps her own sheep…

Read full review »
zoe_williams

Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

13 November 2012

The grouse with cabbage, foie gras and lardo de Colonnata, which I thought travelled the full range of everything savoury I wanted to taste in my mouth, ever…

Read full review »
Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

17 October 2012

The wine list is notably lengthy, although lunches can be enlivened by the many appealing options by the glass. Service is smiling, unobtrusive and slick – this place really is flawless…

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JayRayner

Jay Rayner (LM), London Magazine

3 May 2012

Everything from the staff and atmosphere, to the wine recommendations and temper of the evening was perfect…

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Zoe_Strimpel

Zoe Strimpel, City A.M.

27 March 2012

It is secluded and lush – you clop over some wooden clapboards, like a terrace on a tropical retreat, past sculpture and greenery, and enter a low-ceilinged, tranquil space. We were seated by some French windows leading to a garden – it could have been the Caribbean. Except more refined…

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giles_coren

Giles Coren, The Times

10 October 2009

Line-caught sea bass. This was very clever. An elegant skinless fillet with a small rectangle of the super-crisped skin positioned top left of the fillet like a postage stamp. There was a pouch of shimmering emerald cabbage leaves containing mushrooms, and a shellfish sauce…

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The_Independent

Tracey MacLeod, The Independent

12 April 2008

This is cooking of rare flair and precision, showcasing the highest-quality ingredients and delivering intense flavours with the lightest touch. The atmosphere, too, is refreshingly unstuffy, partly because the clientele seems fairly, well, normal, for a Michelin-starred restaurant in this area…

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metro

Marina O'Loughlin (Metro), Metro

6 March 2008

Of course, there are foams and folderols, but the foundation of each dish is solid kitchen excellence: wild turbot may dazzle with soubise-ish caramelised onions, a subtle kiss of winey foam, fudgey purée of tamarind and date, and scented, nutty couscous, but the fish itself is flawlessly cooked…

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What the Bloggers say

Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

26 May 2012

Turbot was served with baby artichokes, cockles, kaffir lime, finger lemon and a garnish of pak choi cress. The turbot was nicely cooked and the artichokes were good, but cockles seemed to me a rather odd pairing…

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