Went here for a post graduation celebration meal with my family. Service was very friendly and just the right level of attentive. There was a lovely selection of gin cocktails, which as I love gin suited me perfectly, although I did find the Apple Collins a bit too strong for my liking. My Dad had the berry one which was delicious, and my mum the Strawberry and Basil Daiquiri which were both much more drinkable. Food wise, everything that came to our table and that went past looked incredible, cannot fault the presentation. I had the scallops to start which were lovely, and the Hake for main which again was very pleasant although I can't say the flavours blew me away. I wouldn't go so far as to say bland at all, but maybe I just had higher expectations. It was one of those, there was nothing wrong with it, but it wasn't spectacular. For desert I shared the sharing platter after much deliberating over having a whole chocolate fondant to myself, I was very pleased with my decision as this was my favourite part of the meal! Again, it looked divine when it came and unlike the other dishes it also lived up to the high expectations built upon its appearance!! Everything was simply delicious, and if I had to choose a pudding out of all of them I would actually go for the strawberry and basil combination as it was incredible, even my chocolate loving brother agreed this was his favourite! To summarise a very pleasant meal, but wasn't blown away.
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