My wife and I went here for a weekend special lunch. We had wanted to come for a while and were waiting for the right occasion. The staff were extremely helpful and polite (we have a young son and daughter who they were very helpful with) and the menu looked great. We were told that our son could have a smaller child portion for the main but that the price would be the same. That was fine by us. What we were not told was that he would pay for two courses regardless of if he only had one. Set menus fine but always good to have some a la carte on there to deal with all eventualities.
The food was good however the pasta was too dry and the portion serving for the fish was not a full fillet from the centre of the fish but rather a thin end fillet. Not acceptable when paying top whack London prices. Very high prices are fine but only if the food justifies the value. This was not the case. Total bill of £125 for 2 starters, 3 mains, 2 glasses of proseco and 2 small glasses of white wine. I would have found this fully priced even at London's better restaurants.
Conclusion. Food was good but price not justified. If bill had come in at around £80 we would be back there tomorrow. But as it currently stands I am afraid we will not be returning. There was only one other table in for the whole lunch period which makes me think others may well have had the same experience as us.
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