I was very impressed with this restaurant, my husband less so hence 4 stars. I like small portions so was personally satisfied by what was on offer. My husband really liked his starter which was a prawn linguine..he said incredibly fresh but he didn't like his beef so much. He found it undercooked/ almost raw which wasn't to his taste. I also had a desert which was divine. The only problem being which to chose. Its a pleasant dining space but nothing special compared to some other Michelin starred venues I have been to. I'd suggest dressing relatively smartly. The price is expensive which is what you would expect for such a restaurant. 150 for two without wine for a la carte, more if you wanted the tasting menu. Service was top notch with some appreciated additional touches.
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