The chef and his wife - who is front of house - have been in business for over 30 years. We went on a very quiet evening which meant very personal service. The green and clear water glasses and a variety of plates - tailored to each course - were stunning. The food was also very good - and we had a generous flute of wines. It seemed a waste that more people weren't there to enjoy the attention and effort involved.
Not cheap - but special.
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