Flack: (saving) on expenses - Six Clerks Restaurant & Bar, London WC2

Reviewer: Natalie Eales, senior account executive, Adhoc PR

- What is it good for?

Enjoying a one-to-one lunch with clients.

The restaurant is situated within the Law Society's ornate Grade II listed HQ. Successfully combining traditional 19th century elegance with modern colours and furnishings, the Six Clerks is perfect for business and pleasure - and you don't have to be a lawyer to go there.

- Signature dishes

Resident head chef Gary Esprit sources the best fresh local ingredients to produce delectable seasonal cuisine. Don't miss the aged rib eye beef with slow-roasted flat mushrooms, watercress and bearnaise sauce.

- Who's the boss?

Ampersand, which specialises in restaurants in iconic venues such as the Law Society.

- Tips please?

Look out for delicious fortnightly specials and chef's selected menus, which feature sensational dishes such as beef bourguignon with horseradish, carrots and crisp pancetta.

- What's the damage?

A one-course lunch is £12.50, two courses are £17.50 and three courses cost £23 per person.

Six Clerks Restaurant & Bar, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PL. 020 7316 5580.

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