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This time we were luckier - they had had a cancellation so we got a table. Season says of itself " . . . with our choice of ingredients and style of cooking we like to follow the seasons. We like to use produce when it's at its freshest and most abundant. We believe this is when food tastes at its best. Seasonal food also requires fewer precious natural resources to produce" , so the menu has already changed since we ate there. What I think you can rely in though is that there will be something interesting available. For instance I had a sardine prepared with the fillets removed and the spine baked into an s-shape - described on the menu as 'skeleton'. Interesting, as the poor thing seemed to be looking at me. Following on the medical terms theme I had a venison and bone marrow burger, which was also fine. My fellow diner was happy with her meal, and we had a glass of wine each, all for £56. An interesting experience at the other end of the W3 and W7 bus routes.