My friend and I booked a table in the bistro. A lovely warm, cosy room, having been renovated, but not too slick. The best part was the food. I had the lamb which had been slow cooked for 10 hours. It was a quirky dish, served with light pancakes in the same vein as Peking duck. So incredibly delicious. My friend had the mushroom risotto, which didn't disappoint. Not too expensive, particularly for such great cooking. Will definitely be back.
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