Went just before Christmas, so the place was very busy and loud, which I'm not saying is a bad thing, but please don't go expecting to have intimate conversations, especially when the chefs get started with their banging utensil routine. All very engaging.
Food was pretty good, no complaints, but nothing that I would say I hadn't had just as nice from any other restaurant of this style.
We had a fixed price menu, and the middle one was £36 each excluding drinks.
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