We booked the DBB option for our first night, and you have the option of Sails or here. I'm always suspicious of restaurants which bill themselves as "fine dining" as they so frequently aren't, and unfortunately this is yet another with delusions of grandeur.
We were a group of 10 - 4 adults, 2 teens and 4 younger ones, but any restaurant worth it's salt should cope with this. We had pre dinner drinks in the bar, everything was fine and the service was good, but once we moved through to our table it all went downhill.
The wine mark ups are VERY high, and the white wine was warm when brought to us. In hindsight I should have sent it back. Our starters were a mixed bunch, with the mackerel mousse probably the highlight.
The mains were very ordinary, and took a long time to arrive. The puddings were rubbish and took even longer. Overall the bill came to more than £300 with only two bottles of very average wine and 4 kids meals. This is some way from fIne dining, despite the best efforts of the waiting staff, who did do their best.
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