On first approach you are hit with delightful scent of rich french cuisine, we were shown to the table by a lovely maî·tre d' and accompanied by an even lovelier basket of bread (despite the previous review who must have caught an unfortunate day) that crackles with each bite!
The fillet steak and the duck with black currant sauce were mouth-wateringly wonderful but could only truly understood by a worth while visit, however you are likely to experience a different delight as they change the menu every other day; an idea that brought a tear to my eye!
All in all, the food wonderful, the service charming and my appetite entirely satisfied we left in love with Kendells bistro!
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