Monday, 4 January 2016

The Man Behind The Curtain, Leeds.

Post Michelin Star and The Man Behind The Curtain is busy. We're there on a Friday lunchtime as usual. Previously the restaurant has been around half full. Today (mid December), every single table is reserved. If you'd like to dine here on a Saturday night this year, you'll most likely be out of luck I'm afraid.
As I've covered this (my favourite UK restaurant) a few times before, I'll let the photos do the talking. Newer dishes, the Denia Prawn, (after an inspirational meal at StreetXo in Madrid, see our review here) the sea urchin and veal sweetbreads are amongst our favourite dishes chef Michael has ever created. We come here as often as we can for the stunning food of course but the charming and friendly service from Charlotte and the team play such a huge part of the enjoyment of the afternoon.
Lunch cost us £42 each + wine.

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