I had wine and three course lunch which was amazing. I can’t recommend the Jerusalem artichoke starter enough. Lovely friendly staff and quality cooking. Original and authentic.
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Basically decorated and furnished but buzzing. We were seated downstairs and the table, 3 on a table for 4, was too small for tapas style eating. Confusingly, our first waiter gave us completely different advice to the waitress who took over as to what the...More
I booked a table for 6 people on a Saturday night in the run up to Christmas and an early birthday meal. They had stated in the reservation that if booked at 7.30pm they would need the table back by 9.30pm. As it was we...More
Absolutely delicious food at this restaurant.... confusing menu x I wasn’t quite sure what to expect but wow, I wasn’t disappointed...
We dined on a busy Friday night and the vibe is laid back & relaxed. Staff are welcoming and friendly and the decor is french shabby chic and very informal which was nice. Great wine list and unusual choices of bio-dynamic and organic wines were...More
I wouldn’t usually go to somewhere marketing itself as a wine bar, as you would assume the food is a second priority, however this place was so much better than we expected. The duck large plate was exceptional - really smoky and tender. The two...More
I've just spent over £100 for 2 people and I'm still hungry. I used to love this restaurant but it is now it is over priced, too loud and serves mediocre food. It wasn't too bad (just a lot of money for small servings of...More