This restaurant seriously needs to consider investing in some acustic cladding or furnishing to absorb the noise level, which is a real problem.
Our food was very good but on our visit not as exceptional as some reviewers have noted. The flavours were a little muted, the fish (redfish, swordfish) actually slightly overcooked and the desserts professionally made but not outstanding in taste. Excellent service, however, and the wine-list is indeed as good and as moderately-priced as other TA reviewers have noted.
I think we didn't get the best the kitchen is capable of; this felt like a 5-point restaurant on a 4-point evening. Definitely worth a visit, but just don't expect to be able to hear what folks across the table are trying to say to you above the general noise level...
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