Texture is a wonderfully refreshing place to treat yourself to a beautiful and tastefully crafted meal. Combining a classic London room of high ceilings and Georgian-style wall panels with the clean, stylish lines of Nordic-chic furniture and pale birch decor, the venue has a contemporary and yet traditional feel. The same goes for the food. Served on heavy, glazed pates, slightly unevenly shaped to give the genuine feeling of something carved out of the bedrock, the food is delicately presented and, although very modern in its technique and presentation, nods towards ancient Nordic and Icelandic origins. Combining wonderfully seasonal cuts of locally sourced meat, I think the magic lies in the the fish on offer. Perfectly cooked and accompanied by unusual , oft forgotten but genius flavours like sorrel, you are transported to the cold, snowy expanses of the black lava beaches of Iceland. The wine selection is quite vast and will cover most tastes. If in doubt, there are a couple of very knowledgeable sommeliers to advise you. The service is friendly and relaxed, without loosing the feeling of a classy, higher end establishment. On both occasions I have visited the restaurant, I have been there for a lunch and both times I have left with a smile and feeling very well looked after and utterly full of exceptional food.