3 of us ate here on a week day evening - the restaurant was half full at 730 and there were no new diners after us. Very slow at taking our order and after 1 1/4 hours, we received our main course after unexciting starters. I had the scallops - 4 medium sized morsels with 4 tiny black pudding bon bons and a small portion of mash. Tasty but not filling, the sauce a little overpowering and not good value at nearly £20. My friend had the sea bass - 2 fillets on a bed of wild rice and a drizzle of jus - no veg and again, not very good value. When we asked our friend who had the cod how it was, we were met with a shrug of his shoulders. Service was fine but on the cool side - attempts at interaction weren't met with reciprocation. Dessert was 1 choice and didn't appeal so we left after the mains. Wine is reasonably priced but at £17 (blackboard error?) for the special ale 330ml and even £7 for the plain ale, this was surprising. We weren't asked how anything was and we weren't compelled to offer our views as we were all a little deflated. It just wasn't all that.