Atlantico has had a change of ownership this summer and this creates something of a dilemma for my review. For those who've never known the place and are eating for the first time, you will get a fairly decent meal here with. effective service. Menu is now based primarily around a 'grill' offering. However, for those who knew Atlantico from previous years prepare for some disappointment. The menu has been completely changed : the strawberries in vodka appear to be one of the only items that made it through the cull. The wonderful starters (that unusual sausage thing) and the fabulous sauces in their mains (as well as the sauteed potatoes mentioned by others) are now distant gastronomic memories. The same waiters serve but even they appear to have lost their joie de vivre and there's no quirky 'bill in a clog' and complimetary nightcap. I wish the new owner well but it's really a completely different restaurant now and I think a name change may have been more honest too - trading on its wonderful past just doesn't seem right.
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