For a fairly well known restaurant we enjoyed out winter's dinner in an unexpectedly quiet and intimate environment. Tables are well spaced so we never felt the intrusion of other diners despite a full restaurant. As for the food, we were spoilt for choice. I settled for the duck quarter in an interesting strawberry sauce; slightly less tart than a traditional orange sauce, but not too syrupy or cloying. I also sampled an Alaskan crab soup in a Thai lemongrass infusion - wonderfully fragrant and tender. By the time we arrived at dessert, we over-indulged with the delicious crepes suzette, Judging from our neighbours, this was the house speciality, and I recommend leaving space to fully appreciate this.
All in all a very memorable and enjoyable experience.
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