We went for my birthday using a special deal which made the tasting menu 39 pounds for 2. When we tried to book there were no weekend dates far into the future and having eaten there I can understand why. The restaurant is small and intimate with plenty of space between the tables so you don't feel hemmed in. The staff are enthusiastic and go out of their way to make you feel special. It is obvious that the new owners have reinvigorated the place and made it something special and the staff appreciate it. Now to the food. The tasting menu is five courses long and presented some combinations that I would never have thought of that worked beautifully including parsnip and smoked mackerel soup, which was delicious. Each of the courses delighted and surprised and I savoured every mouthful. Completing the meal was chocolate creme brûlée that was sublime. All in all I would recommend this restaurant to everyone and I would have loved to see the hotel rooms that I am sure are equally special. However we will stick to going during the week when there is a special early dinner menu because having a young family money is a factor. However if money is no object then I am sure you will appreciate the food and ambiance at any time. I would not be surprised if in a few years this place has a Michelin star.
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