A truly fabulous meal in a gorgeous setting. The welcome was warm, the service was generous but discreet and the food was excellent. We waved off the tempting bread basket after our tasty starters, in favour of a split of the lobster gnocchi, which of course, was the very best decision. Sumptuous, and indeed if the bread had still been on the table, we would have sopped up the sauce from the lobster with a hunk of it! But then, we might not have enjoyed the mains as much, and certainly not the dessert (pistachio torta with sorbet), which was as tasty as it was beautiful. When we finally decided enough was enough, and paid the bill, the waiter left two salted caramel truffles for a final delight. Even given the feast we'd just had, they may have been the best thing we tasted all evening. Don't miss this place.
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