It was a cold wet wintery night on Friday but the warm and friendly looking restaurant awaited us.
It was very early, 5pm, so we hadn't booked. That was not a problem and we got a table OK. The service was fine, the place was cosy, there was a great smell of home baking coming from their bread oven. It was a very nice atmosphere. We were just in for a quick bite before a concert so we just had bruschetta to share as a starter. It was OK, maybe a bit too oily, but not bad. I had a Aubergine cannelloni with a rocket side salad which was very tasty but maybe not quite enough of. I should have ordered some of their lovely looking bread, to soak up the sauce. My wife had the Beef Tagliatelle, with chilli and ginger. This was disappointing, it was a bit bland with no taste of ginger and just a very slight chilli flavour. The pasta was over cooked. The sauce was a very bland soy flavour. Young Dougal that served us was very helpful. That's it really, not bad but not great. It's a terrific room, the after noon teas and breakfasts looked good. I would give it another try.
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