A nondescript restaurant hidden inside Alfred Place, entrecote was a cozy, relaxing place for dinner. The interior decor was simple and also featured various ‘moving’ portraits which were very intriguing, as they would alternate with each others’ frames throughout the meal.
We ordered a few small sharing plates to try such as the top left caviar dish which was surprisingly nice and refreshing; the escargot, which was soft and chewy though a bit more sauce would have been better.
The scallops were very yummy, and paired well with the tiny pickle slices. Finally the dessert was delicious and light, but a tad too sweet for us to finish. Overall I would say that while the food and decor was interesting, Entrecôte is probably a restaurant that was nice to try but not somewhere I would visit a second time.