We booked a table at 9pm on a Saturday night in January which was in fairness relatively early and a low month. It was empty and didn’t fill up that much by the time we left - pity... as it’s a beautiful venue. We ordered tataki to share which was excellent and then solomillo each for the mains, which came with a few cubes of potato. The mains were very good though the lack of any kind of green vegetable on the plate was a shame. Didn’t like eating off red and blue plates but that’s just personal taste. The desserts were fantastic so it’s worth holding out to try those. Waiters were very friendly, relatively attentive and good looking(!) though were obviously not trained on the finer details of dining etiquette but it didn’t matter as we enjoyed our experience anyway. Would definitely go back.
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