Hardy's Brasserie & Wine Bar
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
With over 20 years as a home away from home for many customers, this tranquil neighbourhood gem is definitely one for the little black book. There are three areas to suit the mood: an intimate restaurant with white linen, an informal candlelit brasserie or private rooms, all offering a warm, comfortable Parisian-style decor. During nicer weather there are also romantic outside tables - perfect for canoodling over a glass of wine or two. Menus change every two weeks to reflect the seasons and offer the best of the best of modern British/European cuisine. Old favourites such as fish and chips with pea purée sit alongside retro classics such as Wiener Schnitzel. Desserts are comfortingly traditional – rhubarb crumble with custard, chocolate tart and gooseberry and elderflower jelly. An eclectic wine list brings the meal together nicely, and with many great bottles for under £20, it's easy on the pocket. And now Breakfast and Brunch is served.
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