I was making my second visit to Nailsworth (although the first time I have done anything other than just go to the football at Forest Green), and our evening at mark@street was a definite highlight.
Food - delicious (and, I'm told, locally sourced where possible too - so credit for that). My scallops starter was particularly good. And if you're having dessert, please, please have the cheese selection - I promise that you won't be disappointed. The presentation of each and every dish was also stunning, and you can tell the chef takes great pride in each plate.
Wine - some very tempting reds to try and, while undoubtedly good value for the connoisseurs out there, a little above my price range - so my wallet won that argument. That said, the Cabernet Sauvignon I was drinking (think it was in the £20/£22 a bottle region) slipped down an absolute treat.
Service - first class. The waitresses were friendly, polite, hospitable and knowledgeable about the menu - everything you could want. Even though the restaurant was full, we weren't left waiting long periods for our courses or drinks to be replenished.
Value - yes it's going to set you back a little more than your 'average' diner, but considering the quality of the meal, it was worth every penny.
Venue - the restaurant itself is small (when you walk in you think there's literally a couple of tables and a bar area - but don't panic, a couple of steps takes you to another area with more tables). There's very much a 'boutique' feel about the place and a cosy atmos - and personally I thought it led to a more pleasurable experience.
Would I recommend? I think you can probably work out from the above that I absolutely would!
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