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Mirabelle is one of Marco Pierre White's restaurants. It is obligatory to describe him as an 'enfant terrible' though he's no longer much of an enfant. Maybe 'very successful chef turned businessman in his mid-thirties who no longer needs to cook to make money terrible' will do. I went for Sunday lunch. There's a set menu which was extremely good value and the food was terrific. The best roast beef and yorkshire pudding I've had for years. Roast chicken tasted pretty fantastic too. And a bread pudding for desert was delicious. In other words, simple food cooked perfectly. There's fancy stuff a la carte if you want it; don't you worry. There are bottles of wine available at Mirabelle at £30,000 a bottle. Best stick to house white if you're on a budget.