Truly a beautiful location but very disappointed. We sat outside as it was a hot day but sadly there were no parasols. We had booked for noon and ordered the fish & chips at that time so ours was probably one of the first orders, We also ordered the Seaweed with Tarragon Butter. The portions and presentation were good enough and the triple cooked chips were dry and crispy. The fish was the same on top but underneath the batter was under-cooked and 'doughy' which I left aside. The fish was fairly greasy and had little flavour. The minted pea puree was overly sweet . We anticipated that the seaweed at least would have a taste of the sea...wrong. I actually thought it was under-cooked spinach tagliattelle. There was not a hint of tarragon nor in fact any sign of it on the dish. We also left this aside. Our disappointment was made worse by the service. 3 different servers came within 3 feet of us in 3 minutes. Not one asked if our food was OK. Nor did they check on drinks nor, despite being empty handed did they attempt to remove our plates which were attracting incessant flies. It wasn't until a waitress brought pudding did we finally get asked about the meal, She seemed totally disinterested. I also expressed my disappointment when I paid my bill but just got a limp apology. Sorry Oliver you have a lovely place but it could be so much better.
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