London Times restaurant critic gets the Cow
From the ninth of July, a review of a weird conceptual restaurant called Chair,
"There are plenty of decent 30 pound a head restaurants in London. The trouble is that most of them charge 60 pounds a head to eat there. ... When you leave a restaurant chatting mostly about how nobody could be bothered... you're going to have to need a pretty good reason to eat there again.
What do you you suppose that could be? That you found yourself hungry in Notting Hill and didn't have the energy to walk 20 yards to any of the dozens of other restaurants in the vicinity?
There may be nothing particularly disastrous about Chair, but you wonder what the point of it is."