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Boundary Restaurant Review: That great, grand and good restaurateur, Sir Terence Conran, has done it again. He bought a large warehouse in Shoreditch to create Boundary hotel, bar and restaurant. In the latter, bare brick walls are covered with silver platters; the open kitchen shows a relaxed crew going about their business with smiling nonchalance. The tables are well spaced; the place buzzes. And the food? Well, Sir Terence has been doing classic simplicity for decades and his touch hasn't left him. Shellfish and fish are flappingly fresh (always a Conran strength); there are oysters and foie gras, pâtés off a trolley, salads and ragoûts, roast shoulder of Pyrenean lamb for two and lots of game in season. Desserts follow the traditional pattern. The sommelier is charmingly knowledgeable; the wine list wide in price and range; the staff operate with that smooth confidence of a job well done, tempered with delightful enthusiasm. The rooftop is open, so you can always venture upstairs for late-night drinks under the stars. Set 2-course dinner £21.50, 3 courses £25.50. Tasting menu £65.