We went for a bithday lunch and had the set menu at £25 pp excluding coffee and service. The starters were excellent, but portion control was evident in the small smoked salmon serving and the single slice of brioche accompanying the chicken parfait. Mains were a nonedescript three bird roast, with tasteless red cabbage and a large slice of parsnip, which provided the dominant flavour. Puddings were first rate, the biologique Cote du Rhone red was superb and the filter coffee was OK. Service was very good and charming.The standard of food seems to have slipped from our last visit a year, or so, ago.
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