I ate here early in the evening midweek in March. The restaurant was quiet - I was the second person in, but was followed by two groups shortly afterwards.
I'm not sure Patrick's really know what it wants to be - I liked the restaurant style, service and food, but didn't like having to enter into and walk through the open bar and its collection of locals in order to reach it. The restaurant is pleasantly designed, modern, well lit, comfortable and to some extent the enjoyment is undermined by the slightly noisier bar area with its high ceilings and wooden floors.
Service was welcoming and generally good although I was disappointed to not having been offered the specials when I arrived. I only learned of these by overhearing the waitress on the next table and my food had already arrived.
The menu provided a comprehensive selection - lots that I was tempted by. I opted for beef short rib in BBQ as a main - brought to the table by the chef. It was wonderful. Huge. A must have.
I enjoyed my meal and will return but I think the experience would be improved by a better separation of bar and restaurant.
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