We often eat in the main restaurant which serves fabulous food. However the brasserie was a real disappointment. Expensive and poor quality and bably presented. £16.95 for scampi and chips. We certainly won't return to the brasserie.
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My wife and I had lunch in the brasserie today - we haven't been there for several years. The whole experience was great - good food and a very relaxed atmosphere - no pressures... The brasserie is a retro place - similar to many restaurants...More
No need to book. Excellent service. Great food - from three courses to a panini, or a combination. A special treat.
We booked for a meal in the Brasserie, and the menu, although not vast, had a range of foods to suits all tastes. The food was superbly cooked and very tasty, we both had 3 courses, and were surprised when we got the bill to...More
Lovely location, friendly staff and great choice of food! The tasting menu is a must. It's gets very busy here so you need to book in advance.
Voted Cheshire Life Restaurant of the Year 2012, (with chef Chris Holland, winning North West Chef of the Year), this charming bar-restaurant is clearly already on a roll. The (very) extensive wine list ranges from classy house selections at to a bottle of Chateau Petrus...More
The staff were lovely and the brasserie area was comfortable with nice decor... Unfortunately both main meals were barely ok. The sea bass was cooked well but was served with tasteless accompaniments. I had the Scampi and Monkfish in a basket but the fish was...More