I’ve visited restaurants where the menu is short, some where the menu is fixed, but never one where I didn’t know what I’d actually be eating for starter main or pudding.
The concept is as if you’ve been invited round to friends for dinner. They ask what you don’t like (dietary restrictions etc) and the rest is over to the chef. For us, it worked.
It was a “World Cup” night and England were losing to Belgium, so we practically had the place to ourselves.
Starters were courgette fritters with a harissa yoghurt and rocket. Tasty. Main - not surprisingly as we had no restrictions on what we ate - was pork tenderloin with spicy vegetables, lentils, and black pudding. Also good. And pudding was a surprise, trifle. Wine list eclectic. Service was friendly and fun.
Give it a go.
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