We ate here last Sunday having booked in advance which was just as well as it was full.
It is an elegant restaurant in an old house. Beautiful dining rooms with high ceilings, chintzy curtains and dining chairs with matching upholstery. There was a large party of English folk "of a certain age" celebrating something, which the restaurant were concerned we would find disruptive but they certainly weren't and seemed to behave impeccably !
At weekends they only serve their standard 40 Euro menu for 4 courses. There was a comprehensive choice of 4 starters, Soup of the day, 4 main courses and deserts. The food was delicious, well presented and larger portions than we needed. I had a mushroom and spinach tart in filo pastry and Jen had Coquille St Jacques (which the waiter was correctly keen to point out was more about the cheese sauce than the scallop, which although we knew, I felt was a thoughtful touch). Both were delicious. The soup was a slightly odd mixture of carrot and tomato but was tasty. We both followed with Salmon in a green herb sauce and finished sharing a dessert described as Iced Grand Marnier Soufle but was really a sort of creamy mousse. Not unpleasant but not great. If I'd had more room I would have had something else. Service throughout was very good. It was friendly, attentive and professional. I've hovered between giving this 4 or 5 stars and decided on 4 because although the food was very good it wasn't quite as memorable as it needs to be for 5 stars but we would definitely eat here again.
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