This place is a bit dark and dingey. It has a musty smell and no view outside. No atmosphere, very quiet, people were whispering. Having said that the skill of the chef and the service were all you'd expect from a posh restaurant. Their home made breads were to die for. The staff were very attentive indeed. I had food I'd never tasted before from the tasting menu and they were flexible enough to remove the fois gras from one of the set dishes for me. An experience.
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