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34 Portman Street, Mayfair, London
|Address:||34 Portman Street|
|Map:||Map & nearby|
|Nearest Station:||Marble Arch|
020 7224 0028
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday 12:00-14:30
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday 18:30-22:30
|Facilities & Info:|
- Smoking area
- Party bookings accepted
- Private hire available
- Booking advisable
- Disabled access/facilities
- Children welcome
- Credit cards accepted
- Background music
- Private space
Texture can be held responsible for the Scandinavian, minimalist trend sweeping through the restaurant that has inspired many of London’s top chefs (Ollie Dabbous, Hedone’s Mikael Jonsson). Agnar Sverisson and Xavier Rousset’s menu has dishes from Iceland - Sverisson’s homeland – that include Icelandic lamb from Skagafjordur. The freshest seasonal British ingredients are used.
The restaurant’s selection of champagne is one of the largest in the capital, with five varieties available by the glass and an amazing 110 bottles on offer.
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Influenced by Icelandic cuisine and Scandinavian minimalism, the tasting menus are ingredient-led. Take the Scandinavian fish tasting set, where one of the dishes pairs Icelandic salted cod with avocado, brandade, squid and chorizo.
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Choose from the fish, the Scandinavian or the standard tasting menus (although the latter is anything but standard), and sample Icelandic-inspired dishes such as lightly salted cod with avocado, brandade, chorizo and squid.
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Lunch starts from £24.90 for two courses at Texture, where dishes are ingredient-led and influenced by the Scandinavian heritage of chef Agnar Sverisson.
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A must for lovers of bubbly, whether you want to splurge £500 on 1981 Taittinger or a couple of glasses of Jacques Picard Brut will suffice. With over a hundred varieties Texture has one of the widest selections of champagne in the capital.
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Texture shows how a pigeon claw can be beautiful rather than savage. Chunks of ruby-red meat are paired with chargrilled sweet corn and bacon-flavoured popcorn.
Scandi-inspired restaurant Texture has a bar with 140 different champagnes. They range from the mega expensive 1989 Louis Roederer priced at £700 to the more affordable(ish) Gaston Chiquet for £60.
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Michelin starred restaurant Texture, renowned for its light and healthy cooking, will introduce a raw menu on 20th May.
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