Came here for my granddaughters birthday.
It was quite busy so we dined upstairs.
We were served by a lovely cheerful young lady who was very attentive.
The food was very good,my steak was cooked perfectly whhich doesn’t happen often, and I eat out a lot.
Cocktails were lovely.
Will add this restaurant to my list of special places to eat!
Birthday dinner with my daughter.
We went to celebrate my daughter’s 19th birthday. As Robert knew, there were helium balloons on the table – nice touch. We booked late so could only get in at 5:30, but it was busy then as well, so plenty of atmosphere still. In fact, there was a larger birthday party going on with one very raucous member. My daughter has a quiet voice and I was struggling to hear over him. I was so grateful when Robert (of his own volition) asked him to tone it down a bit – which he did. My daughter had the lobster (not on the early bird menu – but hey, it was her birthday!). I had the Sea Bass. Both absolutely lovely as was the mussels starter we both had. Thoroughly recommended.
Who would have thought it!
The only reason I ever visit Lancaster is to visit family. My personal opinion is that the town is drab and lifeless appearing always to be in a constant state of turmoil with roadworks and temporary diversions designed to lose even the residents.
However to be introduced to the delightedly atmospheric Quite Simply French recently was such a revelation that I may even be tempted to visit more frequently.
I am a retired chef and hotelier and cannot say how happy I was to see that the folk behind Quite Simply have wholeheartedly adopted the best practice of producing a small menu and delivering fabulous food married with great service at a reasonable price. I look forward to many enjoyable return visits.