First time we have been since this restaurant changed hands and rebranded. The place looks a bit brighter than previously but the decor is nothing special. The lack of artwork on the walls is disappointing given the number of artists in this part of the country.
We had the onion soup to start which was advertised as including a gruyere crouton, but it came with slightly toasted bread with semi-melted cheese only. Flavour was ok but nothing exceptional, The gravlax was lovely and the beet root relish combined with very thinly sliced cucumber was very pleasant, The terrine was overly salty and this let the dish down considerably. The creme brûlée was competent and the presentation of this dessert was excellent. Service was friendly and prices not excessive. The place seemed well patronised with primarily baby boomer plus clientele. We might go back but cannot endorse the five star ratings given by others.
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