In a city where good eating is very expensive this place is a real find. We had the four course menu (the minimum really as all dishes are fairly small but the flavours are really intense). The mussel soup and the elderflower yoghurt dessert stand out in one's memory. Many of the ingredients were locally sourced or "hedgerow" and prepared with great attention to detail. There was beautiful home-made bread and interesting petits fours with the coffee (extra). Wine was a bit pricey but one would expect that really. Excellent value for the quality and as good as Michelin starred restaurants we have eaten in before. Go there!
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