This is only really a 'good' rather than 'very good' as one or two elements were missing. Great location and wonderfully laid out seating. We were in the restaurant rather than the brasserie and were met by a very friendly lady who showed us to our table but we then had to wait 15 minutes for a pre lunch drink. Menu was good and there was also a fixed price menu which was extremely reasonable and had good options - 2 courses for £19.75. The main menu looked a bit expensive in places, eg £30 for sea bass. The wine list was a bit on the pricey side too and if you moved off the 'house' list you were straight into the £40 per bottle territory. Starter was amazing (haggis, neaps and tatties - it does have a Scottish theme after all) and portion sizes were perfect. My only real grumble was the service which was a bit average -our main courses were brought out but our starter plates were still in front of us in spite of us having finished some 15 minutes earlier.
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