A friend took me here after telling me many a time about the food. I was not disappointed with what I found. This restaurant is set in time in a block of mansion flats and is part of a listed building. There is a uniqueness in the style of the restaurant, its staff and menu. First of all crudités, melba toast, butter and rolls are placed on the table. The menu is extensive with a variety if excellent fish and meat served in a variety of ways. Portion sizes will suit hungry appetites and all the food and drinks are served by discreet highly skilled staff. We had a three course set menu, which was completed with coffee and after dinner chocolates and petit fours. This restaurant makes all it customers feel special and is well worth visiting.