The building has an interesting history and is beautifully preserved. Sadly, the food does not live up to its surroundings. I had the rabbit which was battered and deep fried which left it dry. The white gravy was heavy. The chef obviously does not taste the food before it leaves the kitchen or he would have noticed that the string beans were woody. Service was attentive and friendly. The quality of the food does not justify the prices.
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