There is a lovely, welcoming atmosphere as you enter the premises - it is light, clean and airy. Staff attentive, but not intrusive. As it was our first visit, we decided to test the a la carte menu, which was very good, but quite expensive. Prior to eating we had a garlic bread, which was superb, one of the best we have tasted in recent years. We also had a bottle of good white wine (not house) and without having to ask, the waiter offered to cork what was remaining for us to take home.
We shall certainly be returning, but this time (to keep the cost down) we shall try the set menu. There is also a board, with the evening's extras listed.
All in all, well worth a visit.
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