This brasserie is part of Browns Hotel and as we had very much enjoyed staying in the lovely hotel in the past, but not eaten in-house, we were certainly looking forward to having lunch here. We were sadly disappointed, however. Although service was friendly, the food can only be described as terrible. A leek and potato soup that was truly awful and almost inedible, and a whitebait dish that sounded great on the menu but was simply foul. Both meals were left largely uneaten and our pleasant memories of Browns have been eclipsed.
Tip: pleasant setting for a drink, but avoid the brasserie food.