They did what you hope for: showed you their best food and made it fun. The service was exceptional: attentive, helpful to my gluten-free friend, good-natured. The food was their regular menu: nothing stinted, held back, or shaved down. You could (and we did) get the three course menu with a wine flight (three glasses) chosen to go with each of your courses (and as there were six of us we did indeed try many different wine combos). The wine flight was 20.00 and a bargain: good wine, generous pours, well-matched. I started with a delicious rabbit liver pate followed by an excellent roast chicken with sweet pickled jalapeno and sweet potato among other things. I ended with a "lick the plate" desert of parsnip cake with sticky toffee sauce and pistachio ice cream. Others loved their various choices: rabbit confit, fried oysters, black bass, artic char among others.
The menu's range was exactly what it would have been if it hadn't been restaurant week. The only challenge was choosing among the generous offerings. I liked my basil mojito cocktail too and the salty bread sticks.
I hadn't been in the new space and we found we could talk comfortably and enjoy watching the kitchen at work. This is the first restaurant week in years where we tried something new and all six of us will add it to the rotation. Really nice work!
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