Had the set lunch here while viewing the William Farquhar collection in the National Museum. Made a reservation through Quandoo, was smilingly and warmly welcomed by wait staff and shown to a table with a view of the front lawn. Both of us chose the halibut and mussels stew with giant couscous, absolutely delicious with hint of wine in the flavoring, tender and done just right especially the juicy mussels. A couple of prawns was also in the stew. My friend's pea soup was exquisitely perfumed with truffle oil and slivers of crabmeat were fresh. My appetizer was the heavenly Atlantic scallops with Ibericio ham. We ordered one dessert to share, a refreshing pannacotta with chopped fruit and Rotella. The 2 course set lunch is a reasinable $34++ while the 3 course is $38. A slice of warm crisp bread was served.
Delightful and very helpful service from a friendly and gracious gentleman, perfect!
Lovely ambience in the colonial style dining room, elegant and understated with a square vase of flowers, can't think of a better way to spend a rainy afternoon!
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