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On our last night in London we finally made it to the one restaurant I was dying to try, Sketch. I had seen the monochromatic pink gallery room all over Instagram and had to checkout the extensive collection of David Shrigley’s original drawings. We sat in a booth facing the copper bar, surrounded by pink velvet and 239 unusual and curious sketches. To start our meal, we had the Chantilly Lace, with black rice, basmati rice, lobster bisque, red pepper and horseradish. The flavor the rice and lobster bisque was incredible, but I could have gone with a little less horseradish because it was so powerful. For the main course, I had the veal with root vegetables and dijon mustard bouillon, and Alex had the Pan-fried sirloin of black angus beef. My veal was perfectly tender and I loved the dijon flavor with root vegetables. Dessert was my favorite part of the whole meal, I had the Sketch chocolate with cocoa arlette, dried fruits, blackcurrant marmalade, and Manjari chocolate panna cotta. Alex had the So British with mint yogurt and white chocolate croquant, green cardamom lassi, aloe vera, and yellow mango. The atmosphere, food and service were all fantastic, I highly recommend Sketch for tea or dinner if you are visiting London. If you do visit Sketch, I recommend dressing up (they have a dress code) and wearing dark colors (everyone was basically in black). I have linked some dresses similar to the one I wore below! xoxo

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