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Refuel, London

4 Richmond Mews, London W1D 3DH, UK
Refuel Review
 
4 Star Rating
23 January 2016Refuel
Tags: London, UK, British reviewsThe Bill: £46 per head
 

Refuel can be found inside the Soho Hotel, a regular meeting place for those in the creative industries. Having visited numerous times over the years we still hold excitement upon each visit to discover the latest menu. Along with it's fun bustling atmosphere, and attentive service Refuel is the perfect eatery when visiting Soho.

We started the evening with two glasses of Laurent-Perrier Brut Rose NV. A pink, fruity champagne with an intense flavour and sharp delivery.

To begin we ordered the Dorset crab and Chilli Linguine. An enjoyable starter, the Crab was tender and the Chilli gave the dish plenty of flavour. We also ordered the Roasted Butternut Squash and Sage Risotto, with Ragstone Goats’ Cheese and Pine Nut. This dish had a lovely texture and again the flavours were delicious.

“We enjoyed every dish we sampled throughout the evening.”

For our main course we ordered the Miso and Soy Marinated Salmon Fillet, with Pak Choi, Shitake Mushrooms and Oyster Sauce. This dish was a joy to experience so many elements perfectly married together. My partner ordered Beer Battered Fish and Chips with a Pea Puree and Tartare Sauce. A classic British dish of course, but incredibly delicious and the Beer Batter completed this dish wonderfully. We added sides of Rosemary Roasted Potatoes and Lemon Glazed Carrots.

Moving on to dessert we ordered a Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Brownie, with Mulled Fruit Compote, and Blood Orange Cream. This dish was every bit as delicious as it sounds. My partner ordered the Apple and Oat Crumble Tartlet, with Cinnamon Ice Cream. A splendid dessert, and a fitting end to an enjoyable evening of dining.

We choose a bottle of 2010, Châteauneuf du Pape, Parc des Papes, Bénédicte et Charles Bonnet. A deep red wine with a full body and some interesting notes.

We had a memorable evening in the hands of the staff at Refuel, and with more dishes on their menu that we would like to sample I’m sure we will visit again, in fact we already have.

 
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