Decided to pop in at the weekend to see what it was like, having not been there for a number of years. Decor very tasteful, lots of lovely soft furnishings and seating areas. Didn't try the food although it looked like they had had a busy Sunday lunch service and the menu did sound good. Only issue I had was the drink prices. I ordered a small (125ml) white wine with ice and a splash of soda and a pint - total came to a little under £8. The wine list showed a price of £2.60 for the wine I chose, therefore, I queried the cost of the pint and was told it was £3.34 (odd price but never mind, pretty standard for good establishments in the area). I was then told that I had been charged for a white wine spritzer as, quote "that was the rules". So, basically, I had a 125ml measure of wine and a splash of soda for approx £4.50 - that's nearly £2 for the soda!! Seems a bit excessive, personally... Some might argue that it is normal to charge for soda, however, most places I frequent do not. Besides, if it's a splash (out of a soda gun), the most I would expect to be charged is 40p to 50p... I would return but would probably order a glass of red instead!
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