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The Evening Standard
"...a cultural revolution. There is no turning back."
"...perfect in its seasonality."
"...the barman turned out to be a wizard at making interesting and desirable non-alcoholic cocktails."
Time Out Magazine
"... around the back of King's Cross in the middle of the ongoing redevelopment zone, Rotunda can be a tricky one to find. Rotunda may be playing a good game of hide and seek, but it occupies an enviable position right on the Regent's Canal that couldn't be more perfect for a summer's brunch. Start with a seriously hardcore Bloody Mary that's made with plenty of horseradish, and once all the cobwebs have been blown away, proceed with seasonal starters such as grilled mackerel with rhubarb before the piece de résistance of spit roast lamb and all the trimmings. If you want more reassurance of how good the meat is than its succulence and flavour, then feel safe in the knowledge that it all comes from the restaurant's own farm in Northumberland."
"...Service is friendly, knowledgeable and passionate; and the calm atmosphere will make you want to stay. And stay some more. Write the rest of the day off and do just that. "
"...the new King's Place development is part of a new style of operation that's beginning to appear - 'British brasseries' that work!"
"...It was the large and nicely balanced menu, however, that seemed to us to be an emulation of what you might see in a good French brasserie, without seeming in the slightest to be some sort of pastiche."
"...they'd managed to combine the proper Englishness of a gastropub with the width of offer you might find in a good Gallic outfit (plus a wine list with a range you'd rarely find on the other side of the Channel)."
"...all the meat was predictably delicious and so was the sea bass, set on an earthy haricot bean, onion and tomato stew. A champagne rhubarb dessert provided a zingy finish."