When we called in to book, we were very warmly greeted - we ate there on a Saturday evening and the service seemed a little stretched. It was a long time before we were offered menus and were not offered an aperitif, though we did eventually order them. Once the meal started, the service was generally very good (though we had to ask for a spoon for soup!)
The starters and desserts were delicious (try the black pudding tatin) and the main courses good but not so exceptional. (The chicken dish was accompanied by a whole baked apple which dwarfed the rest of the plate)
Only a few details away from being fantastic
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