Booked a table for 5.30 as we wanted time to enjoy our meal before going to a theatre some distance away. Clearly a mistake as the kitchen seemed unprepared but not willing to admit it! Everything was rushed at the beginning – our starters were served very quickly after we ordered and only just after our pre dinner drinks had arrived, yet the bread to go with them, admittedly fresh from the oven, came virtually as we finished eating them. Our main courses then arrived equally speedily, at 6. My main course looked beautiful, lamb polpette in a lovely tomato sauce, but when I cut into the first meatball it was very underdone inside so I queried it with the waitress, who assured me that they were meant to be served pink. I made the mistake of accepting that at face value, as I like my lamb pink, and the second meatball was edible at least. The third however, larger than the other two, was raw virtually all the way through so I gave up at that point. When the plates were collected I told the waitress that they had been too underdone for me and she said she would tell the chef. She reappeared to say the chef said it was as they did it but to have an ice cream! So if you want the equivalent of a blue meatball eat here! My point is if a restaurant is going to serve its meatballs this underdone they should tell you so – they would for any other cut wouldn't they? And there is a difference between pink and blue! In fairness my husband thought his sea bream carpaccio excellent but it will not be enough to encourage us to go back!