Right this one was very bizarre. Very throwback formal dining in what is actually a very traditional building that would be much more suited to informal style. No atmosphere really. E had trilogy starter which was just a sample of several of the menu presented in a cake stand. Nice enough and potato soup with prawns in bacon nice but nothing gourmet. Salmon avocado and mango a tad 70/80s. Mains were both really well cooked pieces of meat but both came in a fairly similar and underwhelming gravy that had hints of the gravy granules about it. Sorry but it wasn't cheap at around 160 euros for a couple with wine. We shared a pud which was ok. Interior clashed on so many levels. Seat covers with leaves in peaches etc, dodgy prints of kids and ballet dancers that you'd find on cheap birthday cards, then mad luminous orange paint... This all finished with formal linen table clothes and nasty thick plates like you get in canteens. Some of the older generation seemed to like it though. Shame as nice to see a restaurant outside of the main strip doing so well, but would have preferred something a bit simpler and more authentic.
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