I have been to this restaurant twice for lunch and encouraged a group of friends to go there for dinner as I had enjoyed it immensely. The service was minimal, warm water, warm white wine and that's after you had to catch the waiter's eye to get service of any kind. The chicken mushroom dish was supposed to be breast but had every bone in available in a chook. The pork special was over cooked and dry, the creme brûlée had no crackle but was disguised with a brandy snap and the eclair was tough. Can you believe that from these great chefs? And very expensive. The best dish was the salmon and the little complimentary tastes.
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