This is a real find! You go past Ben and Jerrys Ice Cream parlour and up the stairs to enter a late open space that was once an old church - it feels like a great City restaurant in a small town.the prosecco was light and a good way to start our meal , I'd have been more concerned on the next table where the waiter opens a lovely bottle of Veuve Cliquot with such rigour that the cork flew off and spurted a glass over the table !
The mussels in coconut milk and curry sauce were very tasty with crisp vegetables. The selection of 6 rolls a great blend of flavours and textures . I didn't understand why everything came at once on huge plates so that we had no room to move - other tables had multiple orders served in a large boat for the centre.
We were served by 3 different guy - all smiles and pleasent , but some clearer had little grasp of English, the menu or how to serve at table. My hosts commented that it like this most of the time - its not distracting , but for the price you would expect more consistency in the approach .
I loved the food and th venue so would return- mord for lunch ( although it's not open for lunch )
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