Fabulous lunch. The menu was very creative and unique - fine dining. My husband and I each had a different entre and main, and we both loved our meals. My husband had smoked trout tartare and lamb, I had pork belly and toothfish, niether of us offered to share - too good:) we enjoyed with a semilon, finished with a cheese platter and bottle of the Ripper.
Leasea, pls excuse spelling, was a delightful attendant knowingmthe menu and eager to look after us.
Whilst the restaurant has a wonderful aspect, I found it a little sterile; more of a cafe lacking ambience not enticing the dinner to linger over a long lunch or dinner, but this could easily be rectified by having the tower heaters turned on and the addition of some more relaxed furnishings. I will return.
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