Hot tip: La Trompette

THE OFFER: £5 corkage on Sunday and Monday evenings 

Where:
La Trompette, Chiswick.

When:
Every Sunday and Monday evening.

Who:
All diners.

Expiry:
Indefinite, until we hear otherwise.

The food: Former head chef of The Square, Rob Weston offers visitors the chance to sample Michelin starred food at reasonable prices. Dishes from La Trtompettes daily menus may include Cornish red mullet, grilled aubergine, fennel, green tomatoes and togarashi and  Muscovado custard tart, cherries, yoghurt sorbet.

NB. One bottle (75cl) per person, maximum table size of 6 guests.

Website: www.latrompette.co.uk

To see Wine List Confidential’s review of La Trompette click here.

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