Dinner, named of the the world's 50 best restaurants, serves historical British dishes—but if you thinking that means a bland and boring meal, you'll be delightfully mistaken. As innovative and delicious as it is traditional, Diner received a Michelin star within one year after opening. And don't be misled by the name: Dinner serves lunch as well. The menu changes every three months and each dish is inspired by traditional dishes featured in old British books. Guests rave about the chicken liver mouse made to look like a mandarin orange and Dinner's ice cream trolley, which churns handmade ice cream at your table. Regardless of what you choose, a meal at Dinner is sure to change your perception of classic British cooking.
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