Although we were recommended Opus by the Marriott hotel where we were staying, we didn't really fancy it from the outside. It looked rather panEuropean and lacking in atmosphere, lots of space outside but we were looking late at night. Having found many other restaurants had already closed by 9.30, we found it was our only option. Although there were no free tables, we were directed to the wine bar and the waitress somehow accommodated us. To our surprise it was much smaller and cosier than we thought, if only we'd known we'd have come in earlier! The food, wine and service were all very good. I had the Bouillabaisse, which was in the Soup section and one of the cheapest things on the menu. To my delight, it was the real thing and so enormous that I had to share it with my 3 dining companions. My top tip is to look past the brightly printed menus and cafeteria look of the outside and venture in, you will be pleased to discover a Tardis in reverse!!
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