This was a hard one to rate, as in fairness the food probably subjectively qualifies for 4 stars. However the overall score is reduced significantly by decor and service.
The ambience of the restaurant itself is really quite dated, it's wooden panelling and dim lighting reminiscent of a member's club from the turn of last century,
The reception was frankly rather off hand. It's possible that this was to give a formal, exclusive feel to the venue, but really all it achieved was to make you wonder if they were hoping guests would cancel so they could call it an early night. This detachment continued in the general level of service through the night.
To end on a high note though, it must be said that the food itself is good. The menu could perhaps be accused of being heavily biased towards the traditional, but what it does it does well. The price is probably about 20% higher than you'd pay on the mainland, but that complaint is pretty much consistent for all restaurants on the island.
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