Ate here with my wife on Monday evening for my Birthday.
There were 3 or 4 other tables occupied when we arrived at 7.30pm and nobody in the bar. We announced ourselves to the barman (one of the owners) and was then left in limbo. Nobody offered to take our coats so we hung them up ourselves then we stood around waiting to be shown to our table while the two staff members just looked at us. Eventually we started walking towards a table and the young waitress finally escorted us!
My wife started with the homemade soup followed by a fillet steak and I had the pate followed by a steak. Both were cooked to perfection as you would expect in a French restaurant. My wife had a couple of glasses of sparkling wine and I had a couple of large glasses of Merlot, which was great for a house wine.
I opted for the French cheeseboard which was huge with 6 different cheeses and came with both crackers and scrummy home made french bread. My wife had apple tart which she said was lovely, although a tad sweet for her liking. A couple of coffees to round off the evening and we were the last ones to leave at 10pm after parting with £120. Not on the cheap side...but the food is well worth it for a special occasion.
They just need to sort out their welcome, as it makes all the difference on arrival.
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