We visited during a quiet time so the restaurant lacked atmosphere and the decor is a bit strange but we wanted to try the food after reading good things. On arrival there was a friendly welcome and we were given menus and offered drinks promptly. We were given a small appetizer from the chef. For starters we selected yukka fritters and sweet potato croquettes which were served with a nice tangy dip, we both enjoyed them. For my main I had the tenderloin which I asked for medium but it came medium rare and was quite raw/bloody in the middle. This was disappointing. My husband's shrimp and mango curry tasted of curry powder and the shrimp didn't have flavour. What a shame. Maybe it was an off day or we chose badly, but overall we hoped for better and couldn't face dessert.
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