We decided to treat ourselves to a more upmarket meal during our stay and this seemed to fit the bill. We were greeted by a friendly young waiter (they're all very young in Weymouth) who showed us to our seats. Both myself and my partner ordered alcoholic drinks, which I thought were very expensive: the cheapest pint was £4.50 and a glass of house white £4.10. I think a pound could have been knocked off each drink to represent better value.
We skipped starters in favour of dessert and went straight in for a main meal. I chose the Thai and my partner choose the chicken pasta, both of which were under £10 each. We ordered cheesy garlic ciabattato bulk it out a bit. Both meals and bread were absolutely delicious and generously sized. The chicken was tender and the sauces well-flavoured.
We had room for dessert so I ordered the torte and my partner had the crème brulee. I wasn't very keen on my torte which was a bit dry and stodgy and very hard to cut with my spoon. The cream was also of the aerosol variety (arrgh!) instead of the promised Chantilly. My partner's crème brulee was lovely, although he didn't enjoy it much; perhaps we should have swapped!
Overall good points: Friendly service, superb main meals, beautiful décor.
Overall bad points: Overpriced drinks, hit and miss desserts.
We paid £40 for two cheaper mains, a shared bread, two desserts and two drinks. Not bad for a quality restaurant.
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