Went there on a Saturday evening with my better half.
Restaurant itself is not large, but very spacious with the way that the tables were arranged (outside around a central 'wine holding area'). We were given two table choices, and elected to sit in the corner booth by the front window/door.
Service was excellent, if slightly 'cold' (very professional, but no real attempt at chatter of any kind, which I appreciate in such a restaurant isn't always welcomed by the patrons, but does make it feel slightly perfunctory). That said, we were given a summary of all dishes, and our food was delivered/cleared efficiently, effectively, and in a timely manner.
The food itself was excellent - I had the asparagus to start, while my gf had the lobster bisque, (which she couldn't finish due to it's richness, but that's virtually a compliment!). I had the lamb with sweetbreads and she had the steak as main courses, accompanied by pureed potato. Both meats were cooked to perfection, and the beef in particular was incredibly tasty. The lamb was nice (if not as flavourful as I had hoped, but I'm aware that that's primarily the lamb's fault, rather than the chef's), and the sweetbreads were very good.
Dessert was a pair of cheeseboards, which were good, if nothing particularly special.
Overall, the experience was well worth it, and I would recommend it to anyone; not massively expensive (£125 for two incl a rather nice Sancerre), and understated for somewhere with a Michelin star.
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