I remember eating dinner there on a fine summer evening a number years ago. The pudding was a selection of intensely flavoured sorbets and ice-creams - served on a painter's palette shaped 'board' made of intense dark chocolate, with the sorbets looking like smudges of paints from a tube, with two 'paintbrushes' made of long, thin almond biscuits. The whole presentation was an absolute masterpiece!
He has also trained a number of Michelin starred chefs, including Michael Caines of Gidleigh Park - who is an amazing chef who lost an arm in a motor/or bike accident and finished his time at Le Manoir and has gone on to even bigger and better things. Here's Michael C's website - I haven't tried there yet, but hope to visit when I'm next down in the West Country area in June. Gidleigh Park | Michael Caines