We visited for lunch on a Wednesday. I always order from the a-la-carte menu because the quality is so good. On this occasion we were informed that none of the
a-la-carte starters were available and only 3 out of 5 of the a-la-carte mains could be ordered. It did not particularly matter to us, since we were looking only for a main course and were happy to order the venison. This is served medium rare, sliced. It is on a bed of finely chopped cabbage in a cream sauce with bacon specks. It is garnished with baby carrots and small scoops of potato. A carrot puree and a meat jus complete the dish. It was as tasty as always but maybe not presented in quite the same 'Michelin standard' way as it has been before. Anyway, the value and service cannot be faulted. I had a 175ml glass of the Chilean cabernet sauvignon house wine, which is delicious and served at the right temperature. I ordered a quince tarte, which consisted of two mille-feuille pastry slices with the fruit in between - not really a tarte, as I see it. We ended with a couple of well-made coffees.
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