We like to visit a Michelin starred restaurant in most cities we visit, we chose this one as it looked modern and the reviews were all great. We had a lovely meal overall, ordered off the ALC menu, we were greeted with a lovely selection of canapés when we sat down, a lovely touch! The bread and oil olive mousse was a nice idea. We thought it was strange we were then bought over another bread basket half way through the meal.
We both ordered the ravioli which was my favourite pasta dish during my visit to Italy. I had cod for main and my partner had pigeon. I was recommended the cod by the waiter which I was excited for, the taste was bland and I was underwhelmed for £30. The presentation of the pigeon dish was good, however the pigeon leg could have been done to a better standard. The waiter told us it was breadcrumbed and fried however it still had the skin on which wasn’t crispy and the tenants hadn’t been removed. It was chewy and not that great.
We decided against desserts as we were full. Ordered coffees which came with a selection of petit fours, which were all lovely!
When we first sat down the restaurant was quiet as it had just opened and we received efficient slick service, however towards the end of the meal it was difficult to get someone’s attention and took a while to get and then pay for the bill.
Compared to other Michelin starred restaurants we have visited this doesn’t compare however we still had a lovely meal.
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