When you enter this restaurant, you can't help but notice how clean and well organised it is. You will be shown to your table and as you sit down you might notice the crisp white linen napkins and perfectly clean and laid out cutlery. All very good so far. The service is unhurried (this is not a criticism), polite and very helpful. On a warm summers afternoon the opened up front terrace with awnings, gives the place an added openness and appeal. The food on the lunch time set menu is good quality and reasonably priced at around £18 per person for two courses. The wine is a bit pricey, at around £21 for a bottle of Argentine Pinot Grigio, but that is not unusual for restaurants? We hung around to talk for quite some time after we finished eating and not once were we put under pressure to leave, another positive as far as I am concerned. If you use the toilets, you will find these immaculate as well.