Let's start with the negative stuff.... parking, not so good. The soap dispenser in the gent's toilet had some rust on it. That is it!
This is a novel idea, a genuine Church of England church building converted into a restaurant. I was a little worried it could be tasteless, tacky and perhaps a little offensive but it was none of those things. It is a very high and open feel to the dining area due to the nature of the church which I guess you either like or you don't but it was perfect for me. Very good amount of space between the tables and excellent service - didn't seem like your typical waitress service but instead by someone who genuinely cared. I cannot agree with the comment below that the food was reasonable / adequate, it was amazingly good! Mine was also, as usual gluten free and they even have a menu for that. It is a quiet type of place, ideal for a business or romantic meal (plenty of candles of the latter!) but perhaps not so ideal for a family or a roudier group of friends etc..
Very impressed with this place and will be back with the wife whenever I can.
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