Service was good and polite, the interior pleasant and setting lovely. Food was slow to arrive given the moderate number of diners present. Portion size was of the 'nouvelle cuisine' variety - i.e. disappointingly small, but tasted very good (the main courses at least). The dessert menu was limited and rather bland. We selected treacle tart with orange sorbet, but struggled to discern the presence of any treacle or orange. I have to say also that the tables for two are not quite big enough for two with wine, glasses, water jug and plates.
All in all the impression was that it was a pleasant place to eat, but over-priced for what you get.
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