There were three of us at our table and we shared three entree plates, two mains and two desserts, with a side of cauliflower with our mains. All our dishes were exceptionally tasty - the sand crab dumplings were amazing, as was the beef cheeks - probably the most melt in the mouth beef cheeks I've ever eaten. The baklava, which is a modern take on baklava was sensational (served with walnut ice cream and salted caramel). We had an exceptionally nice bottle of Rose ($65) from Provence. There was no pressure on how many dishes to buy, nor to have any further drinks, nor to rush out of the restaurant. All round it was a really great time here with fantastic food. I would absolutely come here again to dine.
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