The tiny shopfront offers a tight but interesting list of 18 wines ("with a couple of magnums"), The food more than keeps pace in terms of interest. Lewis is a Vue de Monde alumnus of some years' standing, and his opening menu has plenty of edge and pulls no punches for the regional audience, whether it's a veal "schnitty sanga" amped up with sweetbreads, or the lamb breast with Brussels sprouts and cheese rind. The oysters are pickled, chicken is a choice of liver or wing, and there are carrots for dessert, with brown sugar, sesame and butter.
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Opening Hours : Thu-Mon, 3pm-10pm,
Public Holidays : Thu-Mon, 3pm-10pm,
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