This restaurant was beautifully decorated inside, and had bottles of wine on display in literally every direction. Our waiter was proficient in English and went straight to this. It was an excellent dining experience. They made us feel very comfortable, and there was a range of guests, some in suits talking business, others dressed up, and others still in jeans. We never felt out of place which was a good sign. We were still gobsmacked that a restaurant of this class operated continuous service.
The food was exceptional. There was an amuse bouche of goats cheese with mixed berries. It was basically cheese with jam. It did not have the same wow factor that other starters have had. This was made up for by the bread platter. We could not get over the size of it, and it was photo worthy. There were four different types of bread on it, and then they came out with bread sticks as well. It all came with a garlic butter and was quite nice.
For entrée we had ravioli with feta and spinach and pine nuts which was delectable, and tortellini of confit duck with walnuts and apple. Both were very tasty but quite small. What we liked was the waiter explained the contents of the dish in its entirety as it appeared on the menu, which helped for remembering what you had ordered. The mains were equally good and a nice size meaning we were not overly full and it was nicely spaced out. We had chicken stuffed with prosciutto with pea puree and potato and it was a ten out of ten and veal with chocolate and chilli, potato puree and parsnip crisp which was also good once we dodged a couple of chilli seeds. It was close to ten out of ten too. We finished with good coffees and thoroughly enjoyed a well paced meal.
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