An intriguing restaurant with an extensive menu and a very good wine list.
Main eating area is separated from the Delicatessen which may have been open during the day but seemed a bit pointless in the evening.
Went with the chefs recommendation of the Segovian lamb leg which had been slow baked for many hours and was very memorable.
Service appears to get better with the younger members of staff as the owner can appear to be a bit grumpy and short fused.
Spending a significant amount on one of the better red wines did improve the service however.
A deservedly popular restaurant and one to which I would recommend people to try.
I have heard that they also do very nice tapas although I have not tried it.
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