HIdden away in a quiet resedential area at the back of Argyll street sits this little gem of a place. On entering, I was taken aback with how nice it was inside. Quirkily decorated and very cozy without being too cramped. I'm not sure what the building used to be but it's obviously been converted as there are stained glass windows. It really adds to the character.
The complimentary bread was lovely - I'm not exactly sure what kind it was but it tasted a bit different. We both had the risotto for a starter and I was a bit daunted as it was such a big portion and I was planning on having 3 courses. It was lovely. I ordered the burger for my main and this is the only reason I'm not rating the restaurant excellent. It was quite dry and tasteless and the so called salsa that it was served with was absolutely nothing like any salsa I have ever seen or tasted - tasteless, watery and full of corguettes? The homemade chips however were very nice. My partners chicken main was also lovely and looking around the room the other mains also looked nice. Guess I just made a bad choice!
Coconunt parfait and banana chocolate merangue for dessert. Both lovely, a bit different and nice and light - perfect at the end of a big meal. The service was also paced very well - food neither served too fast or too slow with a really nice ambience throughout. I also love the fact that it's always a set price.
I can't wait to go back!
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