We felt that we were hurried through our meal. Glasses were removed before the wine bottle was empty and when asked, a reluctant waiter returned with a glass but failed to offer to pour the wine. Glasses were removed when one of us had finished, but not the other. When we asked for the bill it was delivered but then we were ignored and eventually left having paid in cash and not by our preferred option of credit card. The food was good but we were disappointed that with a set menu, and fairly early on in the evening, the restaurant had apparently run out of salmon, one of the set courses - how could that happen? It was an expensive experience.
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