We've been coming here for the last couple of years and have enjoyed the lovely ambiance and terrific food. However, over the last twelve months the portions have been getting smaller and smaller. Most embarrassing for us was when we took guests and we were all presented with main courses the size of starters. It was like being back in the days of nouvelle cuisine. It was disappointing to pay that much and get up from the table hungry. Ordering extras such as a serve of vegetables or potatoes racks up the price alarmingly and vegetarians be warned, the potatoes are cooked in goose fat unless you specify otherwise. It's still a beautiful setting and very good food but we don't want to pay handsomely for a main course consisting of a single tart about four inches across.
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