Very enjoyable meal in a nice dining room -- starters (prawns in burnt butter sauce and goats cheese salad) were truly excellent. Our mains were monkfish and ribeye steak -- the monkfish was perfectly cooked and the steak was good. Shared a trio of cheesecakes for dessert which was perfect. All washed down with a good NZ Sauvignon Blanc. We'll definitely be back -- the only negative note was that it wasn't busy enough - which is surprising given the excellent experience we had. The waitress who served us was very warm and friendly also.
All things considered, we intend a repeat visit in the near future and can see it becoming a regular venue.
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