General Restaurant Reviews

Madison, One New Change

Looking for somewhere to catch the last of the summer rays – well look no further than Madison, One New Change. Situated on the sixth floor of One New Change, Madison is the perfect location to take in the breathtaking views of London over a glass of Moët & Chandon or enjoy a fine dining experience at Madison’s skyline restaurant.

Once you enter the glass-panelled lift you’re whisked off to the sixth floor, where the sunshine hits you straight away (it was 30 degrees when we visited!). After a few glasses of Moët & Chandon, it was on to the main attraction  – Madison’s skyline restaurant.

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To start off we ordered scallops baked in the shell with cauliflower puree and a portion of the lobster, crab & avocado tostarda. The scallops were melt-in-your-mouth cooked to perfection and lobster spicy crème fraiche was out of this world.

Madison’s a la carte menu offers a section where meat dishes are cooked and smoked in an indoor charcoal BBQ. One of the highlights from the menu is the 1 Kg Hereford Tomahawk steak, which comes with truffle fries, salad, grilled field mushrooms and béarnaise sauce. The steak was so tender and the béarnaise sauce was perfectly citrusy.

To finish up we ordered the strawberry mousse & white chocolate, which came on a
basil biscuit-base, surrounded by balsamic glaze.

Until the end of summer, Moët & Chandon is bringing a taste of Ice Impérial Rosé to Madison Rooftop at their very own Moët Ice pop up bar, but be quick as the pop-up closes on 30th September.

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