Went in early and could have had the excellent value early-bird menu, but ended up ordering from the main menu, which was still very good value. A nice piece of salmon with a whiskey and herb sauce, unusual but good. Interesting decor, a bit like an old fashioned railway train banquettes. Very quiet in the early evening, with efficient service. My only reservation was the background music, with singers who all sounded as if they were undergoing some form of exquisite torture (but maybe that's just me).
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