We swithered between the lunchtime tasting menu and the a la carte, finally opting for the latter.
The starter, Scottish scallops (note the s) was excellent, with taste buds appreciating the depth of flavour and an interesting conjunction with soft bacon, the latter new to us.
The mains, venison for me and smoked pork for my wife, were equally delicious, with double espressos rounding off a splendid meal.
However, there is a reservation - the scallop was singular, not plural as claimed, with the price (£14) therefore appearing rather excessive, if not greedy; and isn't it an offence under the Trade Descriptions Act to make misleading claims?
Nevertheless, the quality of the food left us overall quite happy.
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