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Review by Carl Hemp on 20th April, 2010

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Me & my wife went in for dinner & as soon as i walked in felt a great atmosphere. Being a tuesday night i didn't think the place would be that busy, but all the tables were booked out. However the staff behind the bar were very friendly & made us feel very welcome. They asked us if we minded waiting & having a drink until a table became available. Me & my wife were seated infront of the roaring open fire & enjoyed a drink. We were shown menus & the specials board was brought over to us. Once a table became available we were sat down & our order was taken. The food was excellent & sp was the service. I would highly recommend it to everyone.

Date visited: 13th April

Review by Angela Hibbard on 29th December, 2009

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An excellent establishment. We arrived for dinner on both dates without having booked and, despite the restaurant and bar tables being full with other diners waiting, we were made very welcome and the seated within 15 minutes. The food we ordered on both nights was of exceptional quality and we thoroughly enjoyed our evening. Would definitely recommend the ambience too and the sophisticated interior, with many interesting and good quality objets d'art.

Date visited: 27th and 28th December 2009

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