We went on a busy evening just before Christmas with another couple we'd not seen for a while. We booked this restaurant as it didn't seem too noisy, and although it was completely full, and we were delighted that we could hear what our friends were saying! The decor is a little unusual with beautiful stained glass windows, so you don't need to worry about people staring in! The wine menu is excellent and the food menu which is written very artistically on a card is not huge, so everything is very fresh. One of our friends is a full vegetarian and they were happy to adapt one of the dishes on offer to her needs. I chose a clear fish soup to start with which was excellent and main course of brill surrounded by what looked like mushy peas, but tasted very much more sophisticated... I was delighted with my choice, but had I been a hungry man I may have needed a side order of some chips... these are not included. I was however pleased that I hadn't had the imaginary chips myself, as the puddings turned out to be amazing and well worth trying! The service is very good and friendly, and I felt we'd had excellent value.
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