You have got to like meat to eat at this excellent little restaurant. It is a steak bar with a very interesting history (for the history, visit it), and does not pretend otherwise, but one would hesitate to give it such a bald name as "steak bar". That said, the meat is superb. Warm welcome, staff friendly and helpful, good menu. We arrived and after an excellent starter from a range including scallops, goat cheese, brilliant paté (which I chose - with toasted brioche), sat down to a shared Chateaubriand, veg and "endless chips". And I mean "endless". Good wine list, though it would be good to have a labelled "house wine" which is perhaps a little cheaper than the others but recommended by the establishment, (should I have asked?). We had a cheeky little "Good Ordinary Claret", which was much enjoyed. We also had the entertainment of a diner celebrating her birthday by singing "The minute you walked in the joint.." (In fairness she came round beforehand to check we would all be ok with her doing it.)
Thanks to staff for making this a very nice dinner and a very pleasant dining experience.
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