Wow! What a gorgeous experience! Attended with a friend who is equally as enthusiastic about food but I would say a little more apprehensive than me, it isn't a cheap night. The amuse bouche was a celeriac soup with freshly made delicious home made bread which we devoured and were immediately offered a replacement. I chose a smoked trout and asparagus tart which was to die for, I have truly never tasted pastry like it and the flavours were sensational. My mains comprised of a John Dory fillet served with a potato and chive pancake (which I thought sounded pretty bland and lacking in texture but was proved wrong), on a bed of pak choi in a ginger cream sauce. It was heavenly. I couldnt manage dessert and had to forego which is a shame as apparently the desserts are something else. The service was second to none, a delightful, attentive service which in fact was so good I would re-attend solely for. Only downside regrettably have to say, but if Im honest, is the price. It was thirty four pounds all inclusive for the three courses of which I had two, but was charged thirty which is still verging on the extortionate. Would I go there again? In the blink of an eye. They could do with keeping their menu updated on their website though to keep people interested but Im not complaining! Thank you for a fantastic evening!!
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