Four of us ate for £160 including one glass of wine and bottles of water 2 coffees and petit fours and two extra dishes.
The food was very very good and the service excellent. In fact the service made a very good meal truly memorable.
It is a fixed price menu at £33 for three courses on 23rd December 2013.
The choice is almost a la carte in terms of the number of dishes, vegetarian, fish and meat.
OK ingredients tend to the cheaper, but what do you want?
However I still managed Foie Gras Ballontine which was excellent for the money and some big lumps of roast veal with a lovely rose centre.
Free green vegs and refills! Not bad.
Portions are British /French size, not American which at this time of year is most welcome, but unless you value size over quality you won't leave hungry.
We had a trio of Tuna, smoked, sushi and sausage as an extra for the table, as it sounded interesting. The chef is creative and inventive. "Yes OK the pork was a cheap cut, but it was delicious."
We also had one cheese serving between us.
A good and well spaced, geographically, cheese board.
Excellent deserts, including the old faithfuls and some special things. I was a bit shocked by my lemon tart, which looked nothing like I had expected, but is was very good once in the mouth.
The petit fours were a bit limited, but were given to the non coffee drinkers as well. How nice.
Similarly the extras for the Tuna and The Cheese were given to four people based on only one dish ordered.
It is like that a generous restaurant.
Wine is very well priced as well.
Must book and possibly a taxi, but well worth it.
I tend to choose restaurants by whether I like them and not on price so the price was a welcome surprise.
I should add that my son is a chef and I taught him everything he knows. So two totally critical diners were well satisfied.
I left a bigger tip than usual.
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