For someone whose name starts with Chav, the doubly Michelin'd head man behind BC is rather classy, setting up in Mayfair's Westbury Hotel, where his all-day-er will put out classic French brasserie fare at a price accessible even to those who associate Michelin with their tires. The space's faded mosaic flooring sits below a chandelier'd ceiling propped up by white classical columns, giving the place the distinct vibe of Roman decadence (ancient, or Silvio). The food follows suit, with starters ranging from this charcuterie plate packed with acorn-fed oinker, to soft-shell crabs, snails bourguignon, and house-cured salmon -- whatever it had, you'll want. No, this isn't a small lobster, it's a single, giant tiger prawn w/ chickpea & chorizo. Joining it are other larger plates ranging from mini racks of lamb to beef stew with a "grandmother style" garnish, which thankfully means it's filled with bacon & 'shrooms, and not forwarded emails & Werther's Originals. To drink? The bar will happily furnish you with a cocktail, such as this whisky/ mint Apple Tom, along with a selection from their vast wine list, or a French lager, something else a chav would probably choose.