Visited this well-located, city centre restuarant for an early mid-week dinner with colleagues. We ate from the seasonal three course menu, which at £27.50 seemed to be reasonable value. I chose tempura prawns as a starter, which were OK (although not as good as those served across the road at Dusit). For main I had the seafood tagine was very tasty but simply not generous enough for a main. Five clams, three mussels, a smattering of squid and one (yes, one), small piece of white fish left me feeling distinctly envious of the whole sea bream that was being devoured at the other side of the table. The bream was a plentiful dish, although no-one was keen on the chicory accompaniment. As I was still a bit peckish I had the cheese to finish. It was a nice selection with French and Italian offerings; as I was sharing so it came with extra crackers which were very welcome. The service was good, even though there was a change of staff half way through and we weren't rushed at all. My only criticism is the undersized tagine portion, a view shared by all those who chose it. A side of cous-cous would have made the meagre helping less obvious.
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