Modern and buzzy, with friendly service and tasty food, this Brasserie has two dining rooms, one with wood tables and terra-cotta walls, the other more formal with white tablecloths. Both have arched windows overlooking the river, and in summer there's a deck for alfresco dining. The often-changing menu usually features appetizers like oxtail risotto with white truffle oil or seared king scallops with cauliflower puree. Elegant main courses include chicken breast with
wild mushrooms and leeks, or venison haunch and spinach in a black truffle sauce. On weekdays there's a three-course fixed-price menu for £23.95 that includes a bottle of wine.