A party of 4 of us had the set menu for lunch here recently. I would say the food was good not great but incredibly reasonable, €35 with a glass of wine. The amuse bouche were beautifully presented. I was not keen on two of them. The starter was delicious - light and tasty. The main a slow cooked veal hock, moist and tender was let down by overcooked root vegetables and potatoes (they had been cooked for hours in the veal stock and had that institutionalised boiled veg taste). The dessert was the icing on the cake - a really excellent pear crumble. Simple done well in my book is worth two stars alone. Petit fours beautifully presented and coffee served in very funky cups. Service very efficient and pleasant. Would love to go back and eat in the evening.
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