Ate here on Saturday night early on our way to a concert. Chose it because of the many rave reviews. Our booked table was outside so we asked to move inside as it was a chilly evening and this wasn't a problem as we weren't going to be there all evening. First impressions were good but it took a while between the delivery of menus and the taking of our order. We ate carpaccio of veal which was excellent & lacey thin with a delicious dressing. Then partner had trout (which looked suspiciously like salmon) and I had medallions of pork. I've always believed medallions to be slices of fillet but these were more like small boneless chops, one of which was overcooked and dry. The other was tender and moist. The potatoes were rather strange having been cooked in red wine which was visually off-putting. Partner ate them as I was under-impressed by the flavour. People on the next table were having a problem with a long wait between courses but we were fed and out within an hour. Might give it a second try.
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