Although tucked up a not very well signposted courtyard, the restaurant was fairly busy all evening. Food was ok but not terribly inspiring. Old fashioned serving of very undercooked vegetables on a plate for four persons.
What a pity that it is called Piano Bar with a lovely grand piano taking centre stage, that is not played at all. On enquiring was told that it was played on Sunday lunches, very dissapointed.
Staff very attentive and food arrived promptly. Would have preferred a linen napkin as apposed to a cheap paper one.
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