Whilst the table was small, the staff were welcoming, accommodating and friendly. I had the polenta fries whilst I was waiting for my friend, and whilst they were tasty, they had overdone it on the truffle oil a touch. For starters, we had the Salmon Crudo - tasty but nothing special, and the Foie Gras - not the finest I've ever had, but very tasty nonetheless. I do wish the bread provided was better quality. For the main, I had the Risotto - beautifully laid out and tasty, but sadly once again overdoing the truffle oil, and my friend had the Duck - delicious.
The show started after dinner in an upstairs room. While we were expecting some nice jazz, instead we had some rather archaic expat being a little patronising and a little racist like some comedy singers that might be sent out to entertain the troops in the first world war. The songs were bawdy (which I don't mind), the jokes were awful (in a bad way) and the singers' voices did not match. The lady was was better than the man, but not really worth going to see. We left at the interval. It was a sad ending to a lovely evening.
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