Set in an elegant yet comfortable dining room, we had the seven course tasting menu II with accompanying wine flight.
The service was excellent from the moment we arrived, friendly and attentive but not intrusive. Each dish had obviously been developed carefully over time and was very well balanced over the courses. The wine flight was all Greek, which was a welcome experience and was just as enjoyable as any mixture from around the world. The menu was adapted to accommodate our (quite fussy!) dietary requirements without any apparent problem.
We say that this just fell short of Michelin star standard for a couple of reasons. First, the adapted fish dish that we were served was a piece of John Dory that was cooked to perfection with crispy skin; however it was accompanied by a simple green salad, which we felt could have been a little more creative. Second, overall, the intensity of flavours and general feel of the dishes was just that little bit less than the exceptional standard that would justify a star.
These are, though, minor (hopefully constructive) criticisms and we thoroughly enjoyed the meal, the drinks and the whole dining experience.
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