We ate here for the first time on Saturday 7th June to celebrate a visit by relatives. I liked the warm greeting and accommodating staff who were very helpful. I was a bit surprised that the place wasn't busier for a Saturday night and wondered if the food quality might not be that good. The menu showed good variety and they also had a specials board of seafood dishes. We all had starters which were good except for the pigeon breast. My daughter not having ever had pigeon before said that it was nice and like steak. Upon tasting it I thought it was totally overcooked and tough. The main courses were decent enough but lacked a wow factor. For example, my lemon sole was perfectly cooked but there was no lemon or sauce. I think just melted butter poured over the fish would have improved it. Desserts were good as were the coffeees. So to summarise, 5 starters, 5 main course, 3 desserts, 3 coffees and 2 bottles of decent wine came to £192 or, very nearly £40 per head. Not bad value. Would I go back? Yes, but I think the food could do with a few small tweaks to make it really memorable.
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