Sometime TV chef Robinson, who is a specialist in game, has joined with Brett Graham of Notting Hill's excellent Ledbury restaurant, and Edwin Vaux, a publican and fellow hunter.
Neither Robinson nor Graham mans the kitchens but the Robinson stamp is apparent, not only in the quantity of game on the menu but the fact that he shoots all the deer himself on estates near Hungerford and Henley. For once the claim of 'seasonal, local and natural produce' is fully realised.
Given the partnership of two such luminous cooking talents as the Ledbury's Brett Graham and the Pot Kiln's Mike Robinson, this is a predictably handsome and precocious infant.
It takes after its mother by eschewing all poncery in favour of the gutsy cooking of top-class seasonal ingredients that has so blessedly come into vogue. Its parents must be exceedingly proud.