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Tristan Welsh ‘fizzes' up the menu at Launceston Place

19 May 2008

Zoe Williams at D&D London's newly reopened Launceston Place in the capital finds the revamp. hasn't made the eaterie any worse and new chef Tristan Welsh has most certainly fizzed up the menu.

Although Kensington isn't the most price sensitive part of the capital, Williams finds the menu much better value.

John Walsh from the Independent finds the Bath Priory restaurant cloister perfection. Walsh suggest Michelin starred head chef Chris Horridge, currently participating in the BBC's Great British Menu programme, close to a genius in his cooking.

For these reviews in full and more see the latest What's on the menu? >>

Zoe Williams finds the cooking subtle and experimental at the Bath Priory >>

D&D London makes redundancies >>

Acorn winner Tristan Welch joins D&D London >>

D&D London adds Image Restaurants to portfolio >>

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