Incredible surroundings - someone has got a great eye for detail and there is an interiors store attached somewhere. The staff weren't quite as welcoming as we had expected but nevertheless, we got a good table as we were first in. I should have known that the food might not be up to scratch when I saw one of the young cooks (can't call them chefs on the strength of the food we had) struggling to find his way into his pinafore! My friend ordered melon but it wasn't on the menu - such a basic staple not to be on the menu was odd. My starter of goats cheese was simple but decent. The food is on par with what the average cook could rustle up at home and the main course was served with chips - tuna and chips? This was served with a a cold garlic and tomato couli which overpowered the overcooked tuna. I wasn't asked how I wanted the tuna cooked and it came in two slim slices rather than a thick slice. The dessert was good but I suspect the cake was not home made. The champagne was good and the cheapest I've ever had in a restaurant. Don't know how the golden labrador and the wandering cat would go down with Health and Safety in the UK but it appeared to be a regular occurrence here. The bill wasn't high which is just as well, given that it wasn't haute cuisine.
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