Very pleasant meal, but not outstanding. Restaurant decor etc upgraded from my previous visit many years ago and is now more appropriate for the rating, but the food isn't there yet. The service also isn't at that level: eg our amuse bouche came in a tall shot glass, but couldn't be drunk as the crusty top was too solid and we had no spoon; even when I tipped it upside down in sight of a waitress, there was no check that there wasn't a problem. Eventually, we had to make a noise to get a spoon. Our starters were disappointing: monkfish with caramelised onions had a good sauce and the fish was beautiful, but the onions just had burnt tips, while corned beef with steak tartare was OK, but missing something to make it special. Mains of lamb and duck were good and the cheese selection was excellent. The wine list is more extensive than it was when I last went and still has some good and relatively inexpensive wines.
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