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The Terrace Restaurant Review: The design of this neighbourhood spot is simple but not austere, and, with only about twenty seats (and about the same on the terrace in summer), booking is essential. The menu offers around six choices in each course. Ingredients are mainly indigenous and presentation is elegant and unfussy. Starters might include fresh vegetable soup of the day with Italian parsley or seared scallop with asparagus. Typical main dishes run from grilled lamb steak with mushroom and bubble and squeak or roast halibut with spinach. “Puddings”---that’s what the menu calls them---include lime and lemon tart with a lemon Chantilly cream or dark chocolate mousse and always a plate of British cheese. A well-chosen wine list includes half a dozen by the glass, and the mark-ups are gentle. Set 2-course lunch weekdays £14.50, 3 courses £17.50; 2-course brunch Sat.-Sun. £17.50, 3 courses £21.50.