Very cosy & quaint atmosphere, reminds me a lot of family run restaurants in France, it has a very homely feel. The staff were all very friendly, nothing was too much trouble. The food was delicious, even though the waitress serving the table next to us, managed to bring the paté starters up - without paté! that was soon rectified though. With the food no complaints, it's in abundance and tastes amazing.
I would say that they could pay a little bit more attention to detail, and I really am being picky here, due to the cost of the food. The paté starter could have done with an extra slice of the melba toast or two, and you don't need the deep fried brie. The goats cheese on mushroom starter could do with a thinner slice of cheese so you can taste the mushroom. The 'press here in case of a fire' box at the top of the stairs was covered in sawdust, a quick wipe would sort that out. Our empty glasses at the beginning of the meal sat on the table for quite a while before being taken away. And we had to wait quite a long time for the bill.
We will definitely be returning though, as there's other things on the menu we would like to try, (as well when the menu changes) and we're also interested in the afternoon tea.
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