On a warm September afternoon the terrace of the Riverside Brasserie is a lovely place to be - the river a few feet away, pleasure boats putt-putting gently by, well-spaced tables and attentive smiling service. The food is average to OK - and variable: a starter of grilled squid with chili and lime was pretty good, a bowl of gazpacho, however, was too creamy, and lacked zing. Filter coffee was fine but the espresso was dreadful. The house Chilean sauvignon blanc was fine, although at nearly £18 it should have been. It's all quite expensive - you pay for the location - and main courses rapidly run up to £25 or so, and a side order of (good) chips is nearly £5. Nevertheless we spent a very pleasant afternoon there and the final bill of about £38 a head seemed reasonable value.
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