“This D&D London restaurant is housed in a boutique five-star hotel in the heart of the Square Mile: so far, so corporate. but But peek behind the plate glass and Angler is worth getting hooked on, not least for its west-facing rooftop terrace where you can soak up the afternoon sun (and shelter under a retractable roof should British summertime abruptly end).
Michelin-starred British seafood is the catch of the day – Dorset crab, Cornish turbot, Newlyn cod – accompanied by up-to-date ingredients, often with a Mediterranean accent: monkfish with blood orange, taramasalata and Greek basil, say.
To drink, the heavyweight global list is a white wine lover’s dream, while gin cocktails are dispensed from a bar dressed with flowers to evoke the botanicals in the mixes.”
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