Along the top of Trafalgar Street , niche, upper end rustic luxury and very good waiting. The food overpriced in the main courses, the wine list adequate. However it is not something memorable in terms of the culinary experience. Distribution of tables, levels and sections, wood floor with character, prompt service all work to the joint's advantage. It is simpler and cooler to the one next door which figures as the head of the local rat-pack, namely Hopgoods.
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