otherwise than between the starters and the main course. My wife had the "astonishing value set lunch" and I had two starters (the oysters to share though) and a lobster risotto. Crispy oysters ok but not spectacular. Risotto likewise and I liked it more than your reporter below did. But my turbot? OMG. It looked as appetising as a boil-in-the-bag fish and tasted little better. Accompanied by some kale and discs of potato and turnip, I am sorry to say it was the most disappointing plate of food I have had in a good restaurant. Ever. And it cost, by itself, significantly more than said wife's set lunch which she enjoyed immensely. There is a moral there. Incidentally we went on BYOB Thursday - what a splendid idea and I wish more restaurants would follow suit. Someone start a campaign please.
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