Outdoors when possible, but there was plenty of light coming through the full story glass panels on a gray and windy day. The pre-theater menu looked good (check the website), but our schedule permitted only a Saturday lunch in connection with our museum visit. Reservations were essential. The place was packed. We enjoyed our meals (one fish, one pasta), with cheery service by our young Italian waitress. The entrance is obscure, on the St. Giles St. side of the building--if you don't know it, get directions.
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