We thought we would try this restaurant as it was not far from my daughter's flat and she was always impressed by the white table cloths and sparkling glasses which she noticed as she passed. Personally I have always found that these two signs are good indicators of a restaurant that cares about the food it serves as well as its appearance, once again this proved correct. The service was good and the food cooked just right, the vegetables had a bite to them and everything tasted fresh. There is a modest wine list and the New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and the Pinot Noir were very good at around £28 each. For two courses each, wine and coffee the bill came to £133 for four people which I thought was very good value. Well worth a visit if you are in the vicinity.
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