Restaurant Review: Sauterelle in The Royal Exchange, London
If you are looking for a stylish, secluded retreat where you will be superbly catered for, Sauterelle is ideal. Set in the sophisticated, chic arena of the Royal Exchange, this dining experience offers a unique, exquisite ambience of opulence and romance.
Expertise of the waiters and waitresses is evident at all times, leaving guests at ease and as comfortable as you could imagine. Staff at Sauterelle demonstrated their talent by judging guests accordingly and carefully to allow complete freedom of choice in both food and drinks whilst ensuring that guests are aware of their available skills.
To start, the Clare Island organic salmon is a tasteful intensively pleasant dish which is lovely accompanied by a glass of Sancerre “La Vigne Blanche“ . Alternatively the Cornish crab ravioli with cucumber, samphire and lemon grass is also a dish well matched to the same wine.
The main course menu is carefully and professionally chosen to ensure all guests enjoy yet another amazing dish to suit their taste. If you enjoy fish and a lighter main meal, the sea bream is excellently cooked, served with vegetables and light crisp potato brandade. Another recommended dish is the lamb, slowly cooked to perfection this succulent dish is served with cabbage, crushed peas and potato hotpot.
The atmosphere captured by Sauterelle is an excellent reflection of the elegance and uniqueness of the Royal Exchange itself. Tables are set with delightful views from the mezzanine, allowing guests to enjoy a relaxing, pleasant dining experience suited to your personal tastes and preferences.
Address: The Royal Exchange, EC3V 3LR, London, UK