Came here for Saturday lunch and was really impressed. The place had an intimate and cozy feel but certainly not pretentious. The staff were friendly but not over baring and the service times were just right, not too slow or rushed.
The amuse bouche were a great start and we loved the welsh rarebit. The bread is as good as everyone says although possibly too big a serving as its easy to fill up on it. We had all the dishs between us and the cod was the stand out dish of the four. £100 for a 3 course michelin star lunch for 2 with a bottle of chablis felt well worth it
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