Praise has continued to roll in for Gordon Ramsay's latest Murano, with the London restaurant critics joining their national piers in praising the newly launched venture.
Bloomberg's Richard Vines finds the Angela Hartnett helmed eaterie "smart and chic" and "generally as smooth as you might expect".
Guy Diamond at Time Out finds the simplicity of the Munaro menu a virtue.
Twenty-one years to the good Fay Maschler from the Evening Standard finds Bibendum, set up by Terrance Conran, Paul Hamlyn and chef Simon Hopkinson in 1987, still worth taking a detour for.
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By Chris Druce
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