Review on Junction 28
Named after the nearby M4 intersection, this all-comers' restaurant in a converted railway station overlooking the Usk fairly buzzes with life and activity. Despite its location - sandwiched between an old church and a housing development - it puts on an exotic face with mini palm trees, oriental statues and bamboo seats helping to create an almost colonial atmosphere.
Early evening 'flyer' menus (5.30-7pm) are just the ticket if you're on the move, and the full carte rings lots of up-to-the-minute bells. Here you can enjoy the likes of roast venison on porcini risotto with tarragon sauce, boneless guinea fowl stuffed with foie gras mousse, or fillets of sea bass and salmon on saffron-braised potatoes.
One enthusiastic Mobile Food Guide user was greatly impressed by the beef Wellington, while vegetarians should take pleasure from - say - home-dried tomato and shallot tarte Tatin with sauté chicory leaves. To finish, try summer fruit pudding with fromage frais and white pepper sorbet.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm (6.00pm Sun)
Dinner: 5.30 - 9.30pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express