A bottled Peroni in a J20 glass, no lime for my tonic & lift music in the background was not a promising start. Starters of venison pate & deep fried fish goujons were ok. The mains according to the menu all came with 'chef's' selection of vegetables. Not so with my Morrocan lamb as it had rice so I was told....2 portions in fact of white flavourless grains. I flagged this up & was then offered veg but too late. All mains are served on undersized dinnerplates resulting in small plates unappetisingly overloaded. No draft beers/lagers or cider. Bring back the old crew who gave me a sublime pannacotta many moons ago! Very disappointing - now a budget venue as opposed to a special dining experience
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