I booked a table for dinner mid-week and was more than a bit concerned when I arrived before my date to find the restaurant completely empty with no other tables booked.
I am happy to say my concerns were short lived, the food was superb, well presented and arrived at exactly the right pace from a kitchen that must have been twiddling its collective thumbs.
The personal attention from the waitress whose name, sadly, I have forgotten was just right, she was invisible in an empty room until required, not an easy skill.
This place deserves to be busy every night.
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