eautiful atmospheric room, lovingly restored, though thankfully with extra padding on the benches (regular attendees in mediaeval churches will have no problems, nor people with short thighs). Booths are shared but are great as a group (we were 5).
The service is high standard. Our request for a different table was handled with aplomb, our waitress loved her job and was solicitous, witty and informative without being intrusive.
£35 for the fixed dinner menu is amazing vale for the varity and standard of food. Mention that one of our party didn't eat seafood resulted in an inventive replacement in the starter, even thougfh it wasn't really necessary (it was several different items of which the stadouts were beautifully cooked and dressed beets, rabitt rilletes and little venison pastries). Pork belly was melt in the mouth, piggy, and memorable. Veal was fantastic - an inspired combination of flavours and textures, perfectly cooked veg and crisp little nuggets of morcilla which had us all digging in the remnants.
Somebody has spent a lot of time and effort in choosing the wine list, which has some gems for very reasonable prices and they offer a mean negroni.
Defintely a place to go back to - I want to try lunch and the bar menu, several times.
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