The 3 course set menu is a great deal, and the service is always good in Antipasti. However, on this occasion, the main course and dessert were not quite as described on the menu. They were still nice, but I think the staff should warn you when the ingredients have been changed. The teriyaki salmon was not served on a bed of glass noodles (they were different, thick noodles) and the ginger cheesecake was not served with rhubarb (which would have been a great combination), but a sort of creamy strawberry puree which was sickly sweet. The dessert was a real disappointment and I'd have ordered something different if I'd known this substitution had been made.
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Gabrielle Weir - 13/04/2015