Thursday, 27 August 2015
Be advised that parking is difficult here, though, having driven round the block twice, I was fortunate enough to drive into a space somebody was just vacating.
The wine bar was as busy - buzzing - as ever.
I was shown to a high table and stool within five minutes, though.
Their system is proven and works very well: one is shown to a table; given a menu; order up at the bar counter; provide table number and pay.
Thereafter you wait until your name or number is called.
I had the Seafood Thermidor, comprising a kind of luxurious fish-pie of lobster, cod, prawns, turbot etc, with piped potato and tomato slices on a rich lobster Thermidor sauce.
It was sumptuous and filling; no need for any side orders.
In fact, I was so satisfied afterwards that I had no room for the tempting puddings on offer.
Had I not been dining solo, I could have shared a dessert.
What a remarkable establishment Ramore is.
Posted by Timothy Belmont at 10:07