been here a few times, over the last 18 months. Food is good, although not inspiring, and i don't think the menu has changed since it's opened. I also haven't really seen any interest in specials or seasonal attention.
Having said that, they do what they do pretty well. I had lunch there on Wednesday last, and we were greeted warmly by the affable Maitre D.
A nice seat overlooking the pond was followed by some very very good breads. I had the chowder with chorizo which was faultless, and followed by the fish, battered and delectable.
no dessert, it is lent after all, but a little espresso to finish the meal. They let us linger with out interruption until nearly 3, when we had to dash back to other tasks.
Will definitely return....
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