We were so impressed with the breads & spreads we had to start that we couldn't wait to continue the meal. It was a fine dining setting, perfect for a couple, & the waitress was very friendly.
The restaurant was full for the night, turning people away even though there were empty tables, however we assume this was to ensure patrons didn't have a long wait as there was just the chef & one other staff member in the tiny kitchen.
So getting on to the main course, the pork back strap was nice, lovely & tender, however in some ways just like a glorified pork medallion we could have at home. The beef was severely overcooked (well when rare was requested) & sent back. The replacement was better though probably medium rare rather than rare. Apparently there had been a change of supplier & a less marbled meat (however we do note previous feedback saying that the beef was overcooked). The duck fat roasted potatoes were just on the overcooked side which was a bit disappointing as the flavour was great.
We shared the salted caramel chocolate tart for dessert. It was very nice, quite rich but the icecream & berries cut through it & it wasn't bitter as some previous reviews had found.
Overall a nice dining experience, just a shame the main didn't live up to expectations.
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