I recommended this restaurant in April 2013 and visited it again in September. There must be new management who have no idea how to run a sophisticated restaurant. The furniture has been replaced with horrible wooden tables which are far too low, as are the wicker chairs. There are no longer table cloths only a napkin on which cutlery is scattered. The tables and chairs would be suitable for wine tasting but not for dining. We felt cold and asked twice to have the heating increased but we could not notice any improvement. We ordered the first course which was a mis-match of ingredients and far too rich. The menu is small and was not appealing. Unfortunately we decided to try the schnitzels with so called "home made" chips. They were served on rectangular plates and were so huge they overhung the plates and rested on the table on each side! They were a revolting dark brown in colour, dry,and the batter was stuck like glue to the meat and the chips were soggy. We noticed two buses had arrived and there was a dinner for a group of people in another room. It was a Saturday night and there were only four other people in the main dining room until the two bus drivers and their wives were shown to an adjoining table. The drivers put down their caps on the table and their wives got out their cellphones. They looked at us as if we were from the cast of Downton Abbey as we wore jackets and ties and our lady guest was properly dressed. There was another room in which they could have been seated. An officious woman asked us if we were enjoying ourselves. We had the impression that the food we were served would have been more suitable in a works canteen yet when we asked if the Chef was new we were told it was the same chef. We could not believe it. Other people have reviewed this restaurant and found it excellent. We thought it appalling and would not dream of going there again.
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