Excellent dinner, the amuse-bouche (trevally tartare with baby watercress, cristallized with liquid nitrogen at the table) was surprising and everything else was brilliant. Special mention for the Roquefort cheesecake. The dining room gets stiffingly hot after a while, this is something that can definitely be improved.
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