Our second visit to La Becasse and the first since the departure of Will Holland at the end of 2013. We visited on a mid-week evening and were surprised by how quiet it was (just three couples all evening in fact) We opted for the full tasting menu accompanied by the wine flight.
The food was extremely good indeed, fresh ingredients, inventive combinations and notable artistry on the plate. Service was impeccable, friendly and discrete and each course was explained accurately and without fuss.
The cheesboard featured several excellent local blues, and the dessert with the "hidden" taste surprise was inspired! Our near three-hour evening seemed to go in a flash.... always a good sign! The cosy wood panelled dining room gave an intimate atmosphere entirely appropriate to the meal. It seemed a shame that on our visit at least the place was so quiet, clearly they are re-building a reputation, but it certainly has to be a good candidate for the coveted star.
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