10 of us ate here the other night. There's not a whole heap of atmosphere, and the decor is fairly spartan. It was very quiet, considering it was a Saturday night. However, the staff were friendly and patient with our dithering over the menu; the food was good albeit not outstanding (some odd mixtures, such as "creme brulee with toasted malt loaf"!) and the price was very reasonable. Decent wine list, too. We'd certainly go back if we needed to be in the area again, but wouldn't make a special trip.
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