We went here for the brunch menu as we wanted to do something a little different . It is an idyllic setting , and one of great historic splendour in the heart of the city . The brunch menu is fantastic . Loads of amazing choices - I opted for the French toast that was made from brioche and had peanut butter, maple syrup , bacon and a compote - just fab. A lovely change from just going for lunch . The portions weren’t the biggest but it’s the whole ambience etc .
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