Friendly & helpful service; Very generous portions of attractive, carefully cooked & flavoursome food, that is contemporary in spirit without being in the least bit pretentious; and above all good value!
A welcome oasis, with all of the plates that I witnessed, (wisely, it seems they haven't followed the trend for using random slabs from the Builders' Yard), well dressed and to be commended for being refreshingly devoid of the swirling smears of baby-food like purée and unidentified small blobs of coloured strangeness, adopted these days by too many chefs with aspirations of "Celebrity" status.
I had the light, crispy and savoury Mushroom and Brie Spring Roll, followed by the perfectly spiced and exceptionally tender Moroccan Lamb (with North African flavours sufficiently authentic, to expect a tap on the shoulder by someone trying to sell you an overpriced "cheap" carpet). It was served with fluffy couscous and the unexpected bonus of side helpings of perfectly al dente vegetables. There was enough meat on my plate to deter me from attacking the puddings that my companions subsequently ordered, but they looked delicious and all plates were cleared with broad grins and smug sounds of relish…. Oh and the House Wine is well chosen, sensibly priced and very drinkable too.
Some fellow diners had special dietary limitations and these were catered for with ease, thought and genuine concern.
A highly recommended establishment that deserves praise and continued success.
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