We picked the restaurant for no better reason than it had a michelin star...
The dining room itself is old worldly that wqouldn't look out of place on the set of Downton Abbey. Atmosphere wise it maybe is a little sterile, the diners a mix of tourist, business people and our fellow gourmands.
The menu good, I had the grouse for main and is now my official favourite meat. Two breast fillets cooked and served to their unctiouous perfection.
The surprising element for a Miichelin restaurant though was that there wasn't a tasting menu, so it is all al a carte. Which isn't a big issue, but I prefer the tasing menus to create a bit of variaty and push myself into trying dishes I mihgt not ordinarily order from the menu.
The bill for the two of use came in at £360, but we did have a bottle of Tokai with dessert.