This was our first visit to Edmund's and my group of 4 was very impressed. It's a small dining room that's decorated in a traditional, high end manner. Leather chairs, heavy bound menus. It is maybe a little dated but we get what it's going for.
2 courses was £40, 3 for £45 from the A la carte. There were 4-5 options for each course with a nice range of options. I was particularly impressed by the scallop starter with tomato macaron and the beef main course with delicious port jus.
We actually all went for the souffle dessert which I thought was exceptional. Beaten only by the souffle I had at the 3 star Alain Ducasse in London.
One tiny mark is that the Chip and PIN machine was terribly slow and resulted in an awkward finish. They're also not currently accepting Amex which was a shame as I saw another table attempt to pay with Amex only to be told they could not.
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