First of all, I was surprised by the ambience. When I read about it being a deconsecrated rectory I assumed it would be dark, quiet, intimate. It's anything but. Modern, bright, noisy. However, when they opened the roof to make it open air, that changed it a lot, the noise level went way down.
Service was great, food was great.
Only disappointment was that they charged us full corkage even though we let the staff taste our wines. That's a bit crass...
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.