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Bibendum Restaurant Review: The light, airy first-floor dining room, with its stained glass windows featuring Monsieur Bibendum, remains one of London’s most enjoyable settings, while the cooking is under the guiding hand of Peter Robinson. Dishes change daily on the lunch menu and it is no idle boast that they contain the freshest seasonal ingredients. Go for the likes of puntarella with artichoke, trevisio and burrata, or oeuf en gelée. Move on to rump of veal with sauce soubise and onion rings, or roast partridge with bread sauce and Armagnac gravy. And for the faithful, there’s always the classic roast chicken with tarragon. Desserts might include a chocolate fondant with salted caramel ice cream, or sherry trifle. The wine list is notable to match the experience. Sunday 3-course lunch and dinner prix-fixe menu £36.