Have visited this restaurant periodically since the 70s and have never had a bad meal. We still (as we did today) reminisce about our favourite starter and main course from the 70s. Needless to say, much has changed, but it remains brilliant. We only intended to have a sandwich but the chicken terrine sounded interesting so we decided to have one and share, which was an excellent move! We then both had an open sandwich of steak and blue cheese with various accoutrements which was nothing short of brilliant. Service was good. We declined the deserts as were "bursting at the seams", but watched a few "pass by" and nearly weakened as they looked so good. Maybe next time!