Andy Lynes

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Britain's culinary landscape has changed dramatically over the last decade or so. Although London remains the country's food epicentre, you'll now find equally exciting and innovative cooking further afield. Gastronomic restaurants use the finest ingredients, cook them with great technique and flair to produce dishes that are as visually stunning and original as they are delicious. They offer exceptional service and often have outstanding wine lists, but modern fine dining in Britain is anything but stuffy. Increasing interest in dining out has led to a democratisation of the restaurant scene that has created a more relaxed, fun approach.
Midsummer House

In a smartly appointed conservatory overlooking Midsummer Common, chef Daniel Clifford serves imaginative combinations that might include Sweetbreads, pistachio, maple syrup and mouli or salmon rillettes, pickled root vegetables and lemongrass sorbet.

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