Visited the begging bowl with two friends for dinner on a Tuesday evening. The restaurant was quiet so we didn't have to wait for a table, and the staff were friendly, welcoming and attentive throughout.
We ordered a bottle of the house red wine which was good and reasonably priced at £17.
The food, although all very flavoursome and tasty, was overpriced. The taster menu recommends that three people share 7/8 dishes so we opted for 7. The red curry with beef shin (£12) had only 3 small pieces of beef in it, for example. The unlimited rice for £1 per head counteracts the cost of the main courses to some degree, but the portion sizes served up were so tiny we found ourselves asking for more rice approximately 5 times!
Although the overall dining experience was a good one, the price tag means it's somewhere I wot frequent often.
1 bottle of wine, 7 dishes, no dessert = no change from £90 and I'm afraid to say I went home and still had room for a couple of late night crumpets.
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