Evelyn's Table is a blink-and-you'll-miss-it size restaurant hidden in the renovated wine cellar beneath a traditional pub. It seats eleven diners - yes, only eleven - at a small L-shaped table that fronts the open kitchen. The setting is intimate, convivial and charming and the menu is a well-thought selection of Mediterranean cuisine delectables.
The Evelyn's Table dining experience is structured as a multi-course meal, beginning with tapas-style snacks, including freshly cut Salchichon sausage and smoked eel with potato blini and beetroot. The close surroundings make sharing easy and rewarding. The pasta and secondi courses are more lavish than expected, based on the restaurant's small size. Enjoy duck cappelletti with consommé and chervil, or cuttlefish ragout with Romesco and tapioca crisps, or Guinea fowl with Crapaudine beetroot and radicchio. A fresh fish dish varies daily according to the local catch.
Evelyn's Table is open for dinner only. Reservations are difficult but the restaurant withholds a couple seats for walk-ins, if you are feeling lucky...