We found this by chance and decided to head along for dinner after seeing how popular this was every time we passed.
The main courses did not disappoint - we had the rabbit riollade andn the pig cheek - both were beautifully cooked and as tender as could be. The mash & red wine gravy with the pig cheek was to die for.
The plum strudel was made in heaven I am sure. The goulash soup was thin and not what was expected. The red wine was lovely.
This is a vibrant bistro kitchen type place - it just buzzes and is really lovely.
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