I've been to this busy, faux-French bistro-style restaurant several times - it's very central in Salisbury and convenient for the theatre and other venues. You get welcomed effusively at the door, but after that the service isn't quick - this time we waited 25 minutes before being able to order, being regaled only with what they smugly call "complimentary water". The service, when it comes, is efficient (as is the rest of the place) but the staff seem to have a curious "care-home" style of addressing you - as if you were about to be reminded to take your medication. Having said all that: the food is very good and well presented (that is, after all, why one goes to a restaurant). Return visits reveal that the menu changes little, and there are no chalkboard specials, but this is OK for a chain. Prices are sensible, as is the wine list (mostly French). One last word of warning: the gents' toilet is a very long trek through winding corridors, a challenge for the easily disoriented or those in urgent need.
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