I had previously been to The Springs for lunch, and this was the first time I'd been there for dinner. The food is excellent, innovative and beautifully presented. The wine list is extensive with several very nice wines available by the glass. I started with a mushroom, onion and chorizo tart. The flavours melded amazingly and the pastry was light and buttery. It was rather large, though, so I was not that hungry when my main course arrived! Grilled scallops with smoked trout on a risotto cake...lovely. I had no room for dessert, but one of my colleagues had a flourless chocolate cake that was fantastic: surprisingly light and full of rich chocolate flavour. Our table had an excellent Cali cab sav and a delightful NZ sauv blanc to accompany the food. The service was very friendly and prompt. The atmosphere is terrific...the building used to be a church, and they've done a great job in designing a bistro- style feel to the place. They do their best to source their food locally, so it's all fresh. The dinner menu was a bit pricey, but I will definitely come back here for both lunch and dinner!
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