The restaurant itself was well presented and the service was good. The food itself was fairly average and slightly overpriced. The breads with balsamic and foccacia with tomato tapenade were lovely, and the roasted garlic delicious. The mains however disappointed. The chicken tagliatelle was apparently very good but the burgers weren't the best, though not bad, but for the price of between £12-14 I would expect more. The brioche buns were burned around the edges, the lamb burger was very dry and hard to eat, whilst the beef burgers were just ok, lacking that real kick of flavour. Burgers at Annie's or TGI are superior and cost less. That said the fat chips accompanying were good. The desserts were ok, the chocolate fondant was nice but needed more ice cream to contrast, whilst the lemon meringue was very good but the bitter chocolate too overpowering.
Overall the evening was very enjoyable but that was more hinged on the great company rather than the great food.
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