I don't want to damn this modern busy hotel/restaurant but as a huge fan of Simon Hopkinson went with very high expections. Young staff very friendly and keen to please and I was being treated to dinner as a birthday present. Delicious light bread rolls and the first course of scallops and black pudding was great, three good sized scallops - I wanted more ! The dish of the day
plaice on a bed of crab and coriander was generous, fish cooked well but risotto tasteless, no
crab or coriander came through and underseasoned. Pudding of hazlenut pannacotta with a raisin icecream - again flavours did not come through and the pannacotta was heavy and gelatinous. Bordering on expensive with wine, sorry, wanted to rave.
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