This restaurant served great food. We chose a menu with three courses, each with a different glass of champagne. The food was generally good. Some menu choices were better than others. The lamb main was divine. Some other dishes were not so inviting. The restaurant struggled to cater for vegetarians, providing a very dull main course. The desserts were a highlight, Would recommend.
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