I was here for Jazz in the Crypt. The space is very interesting and contributes to appreciation of the music. It would be intriguing if they put on more experimental work here, soundscapes and ambience and whatnot, but one must make do with passable jazz and classical.
We were accommodated with a smile and quick service when a friend joined the two of us from another table.
The food is the major let down here: we were led to believe that the dinner would be Indian, but the vegetarian option was a pasta bake which was exceedingly average. Why they couldn't make the vegetarian option indian as well is something we don't understand.
The dessert custard has clearly had a powdered history. Not enjoyable at all.
The house white wine was truly awful: we decided they'd must have poured it from a cheap cask marked "sweet fruity white". Stick with the beers.
Despite that, the feeling of appreciating music in a space hundreds of years old, at a reasonable price, made the experience worthwhile.
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