The good TA reviews lured me here. On arrival (on a Friday evening) it was pretty quiet we were not granted to go straight to our table as it was their custom to serve canapes in the lounge (why do places do this?), a rather dreary musty room in a drab looking building, whereas the dining room was quite smart, light and attractive. After being seated in the dining room there came a tasty amuse bouche. Our starters were one dish of scallops with chicken wings (a new combination for me) and one broschetta. We both chose fish mains from their fixed price menu - one sea bream and one salmon. The sea bream came with brocolli which proved impossible to cut with the fish knife but this was the only criticism. The chocolate dessert was very good, as was the custard tart with fruits. So, we had a surprisingly good meal in a lovely dining room with very good service in an otherwise tired and rather dingy building - totally unexpected from the initial perception.
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