Probably the hardest review I've done to date. Had high expectations of a brasserie menu supposedly inspired by Martin Blunos being on my doorstep, and whilst it's all well cooked, delivered by friendly staff, and contrary to what others have said not bad value at all in my book, it remains a fairly standard Brasserie Menu. Starters at £6 isn't bad value people just check out your local steakhouse or Indian and it's not that much more. Decor and grounds are lovely, my starter of salmon and crab fish cakes (actually 3 deep fried balls) were very tasty and my wife loved her beet root and pecorino salad. My main of pork belly was great and her hogarths chicken was moist and tender. Mains are £12 to £16 so again fair value I think. Have been twice and both times at lunchtime. It was very quiet at both visits so hope for their sake it is livelier sometimes in evenings. Wine not too heavily marked up and we'll definitely visit again to try some other things on the menu as so far all cooked to an accomplished level but it is a fairly standard Brasserie menu with not much unusual to speak of but what there is is good. Maybe it's my fault and my expectations were raised by having the Blunos name attached.
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