My friend and I visited the small, but perfectly formed Michael's restaurant for the first time on Friday evening. We both chose the goat's cheese pannacotta to start. It arrived decorated with pretty edible flowers and was creamy and delicious. My main course fillet of beef was tender and I could've cut it with a butter knife. while my friend's sea bass was delicate but immensely tasty. We managed to squeeze in puds of creme brulee and chocolate mousse as a divine ending to a delicious meal. The service was charming and attentive. Thank you for a fabulous evening.
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