Whilst lacking a little in atmosphere, this is a great restaurant with wonderful original cooking and is well worth a visit. It is often full and noisy although there are some quieter bench tables sitting four. The wine list has some good choices with a delectable Tourraine Sauvignon which is worth a visit on it's own! The duck egg tart starter was fantastic as was the pigeon, and the three timed fried chips were lovely. The deserts , if that is what you fancy we're also original and very very good. Menu costs £39.50 a head and we ate for £250 for 4 with two bottles of wine, coffee and service
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