The dining room is badly in need of an overhaul. The welcome is frigid. On the evening that we dined in this restaurant, only three tables were occupied - there was no ambience. I chose the cheaper three-course menu and my husband a more expensive one. My prawns with mayonaise were fresh and very good. I asked the waitress for bread whereupon she dumped the thinnest slice of bread that I have ever seen onto my plate. For my main course I chose duck breast which was cooked to order and was excellent. We had ordered a good bottle of wine but were served this in tiny cheap glasses and couldn't help but notice that many of the empty tables boasted decent wine goblets. My cheese was refrigerated and again accompanied by a miniscule amount of stale bread. This is a pity because the chef is making a great effort but is sadly let down by the serving staff.
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