Elizabeth's has so much potential. Absolutely breathtaking setting, stunning building & features. Gorgeous outside dining terrace.
However, it just needs a little push in the right direction on the service side to make it great. The staff were all very friendly, but perhaps lacking some urgency. It all seemed a little 'too' relaxed, to the point of slightly frustrating.
Starters were excellent - we had the pea and ham soup special which was delicious. In addition - their homemade Balsamic vinegar, served with breads, was incredible.
Main course was really disappointing - Open Wagyu burgers served with belgian beer hot chips. The steaks were tough and cold. I wondered if they had just been re-heated before being served. We were offered a bottle of the wine on the house, and apologies, but overall it did take the edge off a lovely lunch.
They picked it back up again with delicious hot scones
The staff seemed stressed and flustered at times (I wouldnt have said it was 'that' busy though). So perhaps all this needs is a strong front of house person to up the game and they would have something amazing here.
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