Firstly finding the place was a challenge. Possibly part of the theatre behind the concept ... locating the entry door. Initially convinced we were in the wrong place, as hotel guests were roaming around in their bathing suits from the nearby swimming pool, we actually found an unassuming corridor and door; which opened up to reveal the restaurant. Décor is as most contemporary restaurants are - open, almost factory like, speckled with some industrial artwork. We were fortunate to have a lovely table adjacent to the window, complete with riverside views. Unfortunately the table was quite small, although this was as romantic as the experience was going to be. The service was initially fabulous, although notably waned through the evening, I think as they became busier. The food was lovely, we had researched prior to visit, through website and colleagues who had previously visited. Food met expectations and was a wonderful experience. I would recommend prior research into the menu, and try something you would not normally have. Beware of combining too many rich/dense menu items though. The sommelier was wonderfully patient and informative. Although not exactly a romantic experience (lighting was very bright, room very open and exposed to the multitude of other diners) The menu was fabulous.
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