We were in the area and thought we would try it out for dinner. No problems with service and the ambience was lovely. We were on the Friday night and it wasn't overly busy. We both got the wagyu rump and it was cooked to perfection - our desserts (brownie and a crime brûlée) were delicious. While it was a tad pricey it's reasonable for the area. We'll definitely be back next time for a special occasion. Only thing we didn't like we're the mosquitoes (we sat outside and it had been raining) and the rosemary pizza bread was a tad tasteless.
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