This restaurant is small with big glass windows and very brightly lit. The menu choice was severely limited, so much so that we didn't order starters and it was also expensive. We ordered the "rump" which when arrived, consisted of two slices of meat cooked until pink, a very nice sauce, some spinach and one large "chip" in the middle. Everything tasted delicious but this was most definitiely not for anyone with a large to normal appetite. The waitresses were very friendly and welcoming and nothing was too much trouble, however, I felt I had to talk extremely quietly due to the close proximity of the other diners, because the tables were too close together. Also, the meal was for our wedding anniversary and the lighting was not condusive to a romantic atmosphere.
We were given complimentary bread and handchurned butter before the bread arrived which was very nice and we ordered chocolate mousse and cheese and biscuits (one pat of goat's cheese and three tiny hand made biscuits with a sort of jam too) and these were excellent despite the tiny amount of cheese and biscuits. We were also disappointed when we first arrived the couple next to us were tucking into a delicious and hearty looking pie, which was huge and the meat looked succulent, however, this option was unavailable, also their dessert speciality, which sounded amazing, was unavailable too.
The bill was around £70 for two courses, one beer, a bottle of wine, which we joked on the way home would have fed our family of five twice at the local indian curry house!
If you are fairly well off, and like nouveaux cuisine then you'll probably love it but it wasn't for us.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.