We had visited Fifteen last June and had a superb meal. This year's visit was nowhere near as good. I have no problem with paying for high end food and service but object to paying top prices for a pretty ordinary meal. We had the tasting menu for 4 people and pretty well sampled everything the menu had to offer, I think the nettle gnocchi and the puddings were the best, the vegetarian pancakes were really stogy and the beef fillet although beautifully tender was overpowered by the other herby flavours in the dish. The service was OK, but I wouldn't bother again - instead I would head for The Seafood Restaurant or Nathan Outlaw for a much better Cornish Foodie experience at similar cost.
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