We stuck to the £25 set lunch and could not find reason to fault it. The food is delicate and very tasty and the service was attentive. The presentation of the food is by no means revolutionary, but that is hardly a criticism. My sea bass was the highlight of the meal, although to stress that and not mention the pollock tartar or the banana soufflé is not fair (although the rum and raisin ice-cream accompanying the desert was a bit of a tasteless letdown). Portions are small (as expected) but the little extras (a "complimentary" Velouté and some lovely breads) mean you don't go away with an empty stomach.
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