had heard so much about this restaurant and two day ago I had an opportunity to try it for my self. I will certainly be going back.
i had a very nice surf and turf. I would liked to have been able to enjoy a glass of nice dry house wine but as the only served Chardonnay, which I don't drink, I had to settle for a couple of refreshing Tigers.
The service was very good, though the place war certainly not busy. The menu is a very respectable size, not too big and in the case of my meal, what came out of the kitchen was very good. Could have done with the meat being a bit rarer, it was a very reasonable medium. I felt the meal did not require the grilled vegetables, which was served with it. No big deal, I'll know next time and will not waste chef's time doing veggies which are not consumed.
Like most of the restaurants in the area, the wine lists are not very good. They tend to be very expensive for what they are, and not likely to be bought by those of us from wine growing areas, where excellent wines are available at realistic prices. Even taking into consideration transport cost I feel they are way over the top, and charging serious prices for some not so great wines.
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