Overall, the food was very good - our starters including the Confit Duck Dumplings, Terrine of Foie Gras were original, superb, fresh and lovely on the palate. For Main courses, the Duck and Venison Haunch were great. Duck had a beat puree that was less than exciting, more imagination on a duck breast and leg would have been preferred. Venison was superbly done, tender and vibrant flavours, it was our favorite main course. All of the purees and sauces tended to have a bit of extra sweetness and salt, generally something I was surprised at a 1 star, compared especially to Thorntons or L'Ecrivain. Staff was all great, though surprised there was no push or presence of a Sommelier for wine choice, they were very casual about it all and no ask or push for helping you pair, again something that they will need to look into properly in this class of restaurant. Lastly, the décor and setup shows that Locks is very much new to the Michelin class, some areas of the restaurant definitely need updating, and casual dining. Overall, an excellent experience, highly recommend and will go back for sure!
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