This restaurant proves that turning up the wow quotient doesn't always mean a drop in culinary standards. Housed in a former art deco cinema, the place is themed along 1920s lines. It's dimly lit, with sweeping staircases and an open kitchen where the screen once stood; the best view is from the Circle Bar. The menu features twice-baked Double Gloucester soufflé, the very popular breaded pig's head, and mushroom Wellington. Afterward, indulge in a popcorn ice cream, or a platter of cheeses with walnut bread. Tasting dishes for two are also available, and early-evening and lunch menus are a good deal. There's live jazz on Monday evening and during lunchtime on Saturday.