We visited recently for my husbands bday dinner and decided to go for the 8 course degustation menu. We went to eat at Ezard a number of years back and thoroughly enjoyed it, hence why we decided to return. Food was disappointing for the price we paid, there was a lot of effort put into presentation of the food, waiters were very chatty and friendly but for $350 dinner for 2 i think i expected a little bit more. Serves were tiny, which is expected for fine dining restaurants but by the end of it, there was not one great dish that stood out. Everything was just nice or so so, nothing spectacular as you would expect from a hatted expensive restaurant.