We booked in advance fearing huge numbers of pre theatre diners. Upon arrival our reservation could not be found however this was not a problem and we were seated at a central table. This proved a tad wearing as we were constantly adjusting our chairs to allow for arriving diners and passing waiters as the restaurant is a tad bijou. Cannot fault service here, very attentive, however the quality of food varied with overpriced meagre starters and evidence of main courses having been kept warmed in the kitchen. This is an excellent location for theatre land but there are better venues in this chain for a dining experience.
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