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    The Potting Shed, London Review

    40 Dorset Square, Marylebone, London, NW1 6QN, UK
    The Potting Shed Review
     
    4 Star Rating
    Tags: London, UK, British reviewsThe Bill: £46 per head
     

    The Potting Shed restaurant can be found hidden away in the basement of the Dorset Square Hotel. Part of the Firmdale collection, the intimate surroundings are the perfect match for the renowned Firmdale interiors.

    We were greeted at the restaurant by a friendly member of staff, and were shown to the bar where we enjoyed some pre-dinner cocktails. The cocktail list includes the signature cocktails from the other Firmdale hotel bars, and we were excited to try a couple.

    The cocktails we chose included the Passion and Ginger Caiprinha from the Covent Garden Hotel and the Charlotte Street Hotel’s take on the classic White Lady – the ‘Lady Charlotte’. We also enjoyed a fruity Soho Sensation from The Soho Hotel and a Tiger’s Eye Champagne cocktail from the Crosby Street Hotel. They were beautiful.

    “The staff really made the evening for us...”

    Following the cocktails, we moved through for dinner. I’d like to note that the staff at The Potting Shed are only too helpful, and as we were exploring the menu they were only too happy to answer our questions and give us recommendations.

    After discussing, to start, we opted for the tiger prawn cocktail with melba toast and the wild mushroom risotto with truffle salsa. For our main courses, we enjoyed the beer battered cod with hand cut chips and pea puree, and The Potting Shed burger served with French fries, coleslaw and pickled chillies. As a side dish, we also opted for the swede puree.

    The food was very good and we thoroughly enjoyed our evening from start to finish. The staff really made the evening for us, with their wealth of knowledge of the menu and the care they took in serving us. We would thoroughly recommend The Potting Shed as an all round excellent evening and a great place to relax with friends.

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