In the Financial Times, Nicholas Lander visits Blue Hill, a café and restaurant set within the 88 acre (35.6ha) Stone Barns Farm in Pocantino Hills, New York. Lander says that despite its excellent fresh produce “the kitchen is trying too hard” with unnecessary fripperies and criticises the low-level lighting which makes it difficult to read the menu. Giles Coren, in The Times Magazine, reviews The Goring in London's Beeston Place, SW1, which specialises in game. He particularly praises the avocado starter and the rabbit soup, summarising his meal as "very good, old-fashioned London hotel eating" in a "lovely, elegant dining room". Matthew Norman reviews Via Condotti in London’s Conduit Street for The Guardian Weekend. He gives it nine out of 10 for serving “great regional Italian cooking at such low prices”. He describes the food as “gutsy, rustic regional cooking of a very high order” and his only criticism is that the restaurant is too dimly lit. Tracy MacLeod in The Independent reviews Tamarai in London’s Drury Lane. It describes itself as a "multifunctional venue" with private dining room, bar and art gallery as well as restaurant and specialises in far eastern dishes from Thailand, Malaysia, Burma, China and Singapore. She gives the "decent" but expensive food three out of five, but says the black décor is "over-designed" and “hard to take seriously.” Financial Times 11/11/06 page W4 (Weekend) The Times 11/11/06 page 79 (Magazine) The Guardian Weekend 11/11/06 page 119 The Independent 11/11/06 page 73 (Magazine)