We had an ok set lunch but nothing special.First impressions were of the finger marks on the black menu .Second were of the curled paper coasters for the champagne .Third were of the swishing of the doors leading in and out of the kitchen.
People who arrived first for lunch were placed next to these doors.The noise from the doors and passing of staff didn't make for a peaceful meal.
The food was well presented but in my opinion more three knives and forks than Michelin star.
Seemed like it was resting on its laurels and needs a shake up
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