Ate here 2 weeks ago on a Saturday lunch, and there was a set lunch, and only a choice of soup or salmon as a starter, pasta or Asian spiced broth for main, and a dessert or two, but you had to pay an extra £3 to have cheese. I would have had cheese but the selection was fairly ordinary so just had two courses. I think two courses was £17 per person.
The parsnip soup was very tasty and well presented. However the main course was Asian spiced broth with pork.
This was not as expected. It was a watery clear soup with tiny diced vegetables in it. (however not your frozen type ones) The tiny veg were crisp which is good to me. The pork was sliced and placed on the top of the watery soup (broth) The pork did have flavour and was nicely prepared.
The restaurant had a nice feel to it but did get busy half way through our meal and with only one very efficient waiter on duty things started to look tight. (even though its a small restaurant) He did seem releaved to see the owner Ryan arrive to assist on the bar. It is a nice idea to allow customers to taste a little wine before making their choice to purchase a glass or a bottle.
Waiter service was very professional, knew the menu and the wines. A big plus for me.
I will try this restaurant a few more times but would require bigger portions or a slightly reduced price for me to eat here alot.
Just another small point i did notice the wooden floor needed a good sweep/clean so watch out on your housekeeping as people do notice.
I just felt that the main course did not consist of enough food for the price tag.
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