We booked a few weeks in advance but were disappointed to find ourselves at a table very close to other diners - one table of four who were really noisy and the other a couple who were quite animated and speaking in another language. The server obviously knew the table of four next to us, and we spent most of the evening with her buttocks resting on our table. We had planned to have a very long dinner, selecting many courses, but left after just four share plates and went elsewhere. No level of food quality warrants that type of dining experience. The Star got this one very wrong. Bring back Sean's kitchen!
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