I've wanted to try Creme for a long time and have heard good things, word of mouth, about its reputation. We visited for my daughter's birthday. The surroundings are contemporary and very pleasant and there's a lounge where you can have a drink while perusing the menu. Once at our table, the starters came out fairly swifty. The brie in filo was soft and creamy and the apricot compote worked really well. It was quite a sizable portion and I think half the amount would have been sufficient for me (and I have quite a good appetite!). The additional pomegrante and walnut seemed a strange add-on though and did nothing for the dish.
For main course I had monkfish, which was beautifully cooked, with pink grapefruit and a citrus dressing. It was unusual and like everything during the evening was pleasant - but nothing blew me away, making me desperate to return.
We were full but contemplating sharing a dessert but were left so long by the staff after the main course that we talked ourselves out of it and left. No complaints but nothing to rave about either.
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