We ate in the courtyard area (4 adults, 2 children) and as we were dining early, we were the only people there.. The staff were very friendly and accommodating - bringing us 2 highchairs, crayons/paper for the kids and also made sure their food arrived first.
The food standard was very good but you would expect that given it is more expensive than most other restaurants in the area.
The next night we were on our way to another restaurant and a little lost. As we were walking past Horn Grill and the woman seemed to recognize us from the night before, we asked her for help. She told us the other place was closed down. A lie actually, because we found it 5 mins later round the corner and dined there. I understand why she said it but it left a bad taste with us and subsequently we didn't return to Horn Grill.
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