our lunch menu was great value - £20 for three courses at a restaurant that deserves its Michelin star. We enjoyed the sophisticated atmosphere. The wine - an Argentine Malbec - was excellent. We had a couple of quibbles, though. It took just a few minutes for the first and second courses to materialise - they must have been prepared in advance! And the coffee was a disgrace. On the whole, through, we had an excellent lunch at a decent price. The total bill, including drinks and service, was £85.
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