An inviting shop front with delicious looking patisserie drew us in. Seating downstairs busy. Upstairs like a millhouse pine showroom. We turned to leave and spied little bistro area so decided to stay and eat there. There were just two other diners and the atmosphere was non existant. Waitress took drinks order in good time.but we then waited 10 mintues for the drinks to be brought to us. Garlic bread starter took ages, was burnt and inedible so we left half of it. Mains, when they eventually turned up, 20 minutes later were tasty. Almost worth the wait. After food was served we were abandoned in a totally deserted room.After the other diners had left It was so quiet my partner was able to belch freely as no one there to be embarrassed about. I had to search for a waiter so we could pay.
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