This restaurant is a real gem. Situated in a converted church (of unknown denomination), it has an ambience to match the fine cuisine. The large open space of the old church ensures that the noise level is low. You can actually converse across a table without the disturbance of a high level of background noise. A very refreshing change!
The range of items on the menu was reasonable, with around five choices of appetizers and five choices of mains, with an additional specials board with one appetizer and five mains. We all chose from the specials, and the food was superb. The appetizer was a mix of Thai fish cakes, calamari, continental sausage, meatballs, and dried tomatoes with fresh continenta...Read More