Stopped here for a late lunch on a cold miserable Tuesday in March and have to concede that the food was excellent. Fresh produce, imaginative cooking, wholesome fresh bakery breads still oven-warm, and overall not so pricey as to strain the wallet. I would have given a 5 point rating were it not for the front of house housekeeping which lets this restaurant down; I know it's a converted combi-bar and restaurant, but the front of house windows and sills could certainly do with a little attention...it amazing what one notices when seated next to a window which doesn't really offer a view to distract!!! But eating out is about the food, and the food was good.
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