The restaurant was fairly busy when we went but the friendliness of the staff and the promptness of service were both good. My wife started with chicken liver pâté which she enjoyed (good rather than spectacular). I had the French onion soup which was spectacular rather than good (but needed to be at 40p per spoonful). For the main course my wife had mushroom filled panzerotti (mushroom filled pasta) which she thought was very good. I had an aubergine gratin which was a little disappointing having been 'over-gratinated'! It was a little crunchy around the edges. Add a bottle of Pinot Noir - very nice but a little overpriced at £20 and the whole meal came to £60. Generally the food and service was good but without too many WOW factors. I exempt the soup from this which was good enough to move rating from a 3 to a 4!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.