The service was quite good, however perhaps the best way to describe our meal would be inconsistent. The appetizers - one good (french onion soup); one fairly good (sweet potato soup, which would have improved visually and taste-wise with a swirl of balsamic vinegar, rather than the swirl of oil that persisted as a little slick of oil droplets). The rib eye was tender, tasty and cooked to specification, and although the accompanying vegetables had a pleasant appearance, they were oily and lacking in taste. The presentation of the chicken and rice main course was extremely unappetizing - the rice seemed to have been cooked excessively, resulting in a somewhat regurgitated lumpy pudding appearance. The chicken was moist however quite bland. Desserts were the best part of our meal - well presented and tasty - the apple in puff pastry was delicious; the poached pear very nice, with the exception of the sponge toffee pieces, which stuck the patron’s top and bottom teeth completely together.