Visited on a Sunday evening. It was very busy and we waited for about 5 minutes for a table for 2. The décor is well done, modern with some traditional elements. There is a large fireplace in the restaurant proper. The bar area has quite a few TV screens for those who cannot tear themselves away from a screen for too long. We shared a Scallop wrapped in bacon starter which was excellent and served with a "Martini" sauce (nothing like a Martini) but very nice. My main was the Bar-B-Que Chicken & Ribs with garlic mash. The chicken was butterflied breast coated with a small amount of the sauce as was the ribs. Both items were somewhat over cooked and dry. The mash however was very good. My partners choice was a Fillet Steak (medium) also with garlic mash. This choice also came with a salad which we again shared and was excellent. Her steak which I tried too was excellent. Steak was definitely the better choice. Sarah the server was attentive and helpful with information as required. Pricewise not the cheapest steak house but the steak was very good. We are going to try another branch and this time I will order steak!