After eating several times at the Crown of Whitebrook (where James was former head chef) we were eagerly anticipating the opening the this restaurant. We attended the second week of it's opening.
Atmosphere - The restaurant lacked atmosphere, it had obviously been rushed along for opening (e.g. painting unfinished, etc...) and lacked the finer detail you would expect.
Food - The food overall was good. There were three taster menus to choose from with a mix match of dishes, some of which I would describe as being like marmite - you will either love them or hate them. Whilst some of the courses were exceptional, others were a little disappointing.
Service - whilst the staff were attentive and friendly, the service felt rushed.
We would return but will give them time to 'settle in' and iron out some of the finer issues first.
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