Started with sublime amuse bouches - 5 in all, melt in the mouth amazing. We ordered the 5 courses, all small portions but exceptional especially the quail ravioli with pea puree (lovely suprise inside, I won't spoil it for you!) so strange that they serve lovely homemade bread in very large slices! Food outstanding, my only comment would be that that the first course of crab was the same size if not smaller than an amuse bouche and for the main course lamb, it would have been nice to have another tiny cutlet rather than just one. Finally, we did not order coffees (though we did order several glasses of wine and champagne), so we did not get any chocolates (they have an amazing looking box which i did not unfortunately get to view under the lid), and they served what looked like amazing fritters... would have been nice to offer us!. On paying the bill, between the four of us, we were presented with 2 little boxes containing 2 little chocolates in each - rather mean I thought, either one each or don't bother! The restaurant is very comfortable and pleasant decor. Service was efficient however it was impersonal and uninterested which is sad given the amazing passion that must go in to producing such exceptional cuisine.
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