Four of us visited, intending to dine off the excellent a-la-carte menu. On arrival we found that the a-la-carte section had been removed from the menu. One of the two a-la-carte chefs had left the establishment. The set menu remained and the dishes we chose were top quality, prepared by the remaining expert chef. I began with a kedgeree and continued with a sea bass fillet main. It was good value and very tasty. The dining room is still the same, a splendid place to eat. The service was as special as always. Our waitress brought us an ice bucket for the reasonably priced bottle of Chilean sauvignon blanc. We ended with a fig dessert and fig ice cream. So everything was as good as it has always been, except that the wonderful gourmet dishes, such as bouillabaisse, grouse and venison were not available.
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