We visited on a Wednesday evening and it was buzzing. This may be in part due to their superb offer of two courses for the price of one that runs until the end of March. Service was very good and the overall atmosphere is of a non pretentious bistro in a quiet part of town but trading on its reputation for very good quality food.
I started with the sizzling scallops which were absolutely delicious and generous. We followed with Surf and Turf that consisted of ribeye with scallops, prawns and a delicious sauce . The portion was very generous indeed and came with mushrooms, onion rings and thick cut chips.
My wife has the fillet steak that was rather on the tough side but again, generous in size and there is no way you will leave the Roseville Bistro hungry.
The wine is priced a little on the high side for average wine. A bottle of mediocre Rose was £17.95p and that was one of the cheaper wines on the list.
The bill including 12.5% tip came to £55 so you certainly can't complain about value for money but I'm not sure I would pay full price that would have brought the bill to nearer £80. However, we went for some of the most expensive food on the menu other than the lobsters so you can eat there much more cheaply.
Certainly, the Roseville Bistro is very good and I would recommend it if you want hearty portions of very well cooked food in a local, homely restaurant.
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