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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Pomegranates Restaurant Review: THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED For a sneak preview of Parliamentary scandals of 2010, look around you at Pomegranates, in the basement below Dolphin Square, but don't expect startling disclosures from host Patrick Gwynn-Jones who is a discreet if ebullient host. The origins of the dishes served here include Spain, Mauritius, Sweden, Denmark, Southeast Asia, Turkey, Sudan and---oh, yes---France and England, and that's only in the starters. Add crispy breast of lamb from China, curried goat with plantain from the West Indies, Welsh salt duck and, from Scotland, a carnivorous rampage of Aberdeen beef, including three versions of steak tartare. Prices are very reasonable, and include crudités with aïoli, bread and all vegetables. Set 2-course lunch £15.95, 3 courses £19.95; set 2-course dinner £19.95, 3 courses £22.95.