Went last as was on a business trip. Very very quiet and I guess it's the kind of place that needs a crowd in it to not make you feel uncomfortable as a single diner. A fairly cold dining space, seems to be missing sonething. Staff nice, not overbearing and efficient. Some of the food was beautiful- the raspberry soufflé and the home made shortbread and petit fours, excellent. The starter and main course were not great in presentation, green beans a little burnt and certainly the steak not seasoned well albeit good quality.
Definetly worth another go and maybe need company next time. Well priced and 10 out of 10 for wine and a bright young chef going solo and attempting to make a mark in a great city.
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