We were seven, and got seated outside just next to the busy road, which is of no import to city-folk like your reviewer, but worth mentioning to the general public. We had white wine by the glass for starters, and then chose the lunch menu. This consisted of a plate of good, but quite salty asparagus soup, served with bread.
After we had ordered the white wine for our main courses, the waiter came back telling us that all the bottles of it were sold, that he only worked part-time there, that he couldn't have told us beforehand, plus more obscure explanations. Fair enough, everyone should be allowed to foul up once, even though your reviewer cannot understand that a restaurant aiming at quality doesn't keep its cellar sufficiently stocked as a matter of course, especially since the wine menu isn't all that huge in the first place. Our local wine buff judiciously chose another bottle, and then things got a little surreal when the waiter brought back not our bottle, but more excuses why that kind of wine too was all sold out without him knowing. Still, the third time round we did get the wine we had asked. There was some confusion with the young staff as to where the glasses should go when a few individualists among us wanted yet another bottle, of red.
The delay between the soup and the main course was noticeable but not overly excessive. Several among us had chosen the Fish and Chips from the lunch menu, expecting something in the line of that British classic, only, maybe, more refined or prepared with more care? Sadly, what we got was typical of the way in which aspiring restaurants will produce inferior souped-up reinventions of classic dishes: the chips were fine for me, though a little greasy, but the fish -- in our mind's eye, generous slabs of cod, perfectly battered and exquisitely fried -- turned out to have morphed into a handful of small and irregular croquettes (#facepalm).
Finally there was coffee or tea with little chocolate Easter eggs and the like.
In short, all was quite good except for the most important.
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