What's the dress code and is the wine 'deal' worth the money ?
Dress code as always in Cornwall at night is smart casual . My daughter thought the wine deal was not worth doing as very expensive and not suited to her and husband's tastes . Better to have a couple of drinks at a nearby pub and then choose a bottle of wine that you know you like . If you want any suggestions for pre and after drinks l will get you some suggestions as they stayed with my sister in law who has a cottage there . Enjoy !
I may be too late with this answer, but here it is anyway.
Dress code is smart casual, I saw no one in jeans but I wouldn’t be surprised to see someone in smart jeans.
My wife, my son and myself all took the wine flyte, I enjoyed all the different wines, but next time my wife and myself will probably share.
We recently went to Adams in Birmingham where we did this option. The sommelier didn’t mind in the slightest, so I think you would be ok at Nathan’s.
As for value for money, it’s a yes or no answer, personally I thought it was worth the cost.
Hope that all helps.
We dined at RNO for dinner last week, everyone seemed to make an effort to dress smart as it is a very stylish (but unpretentious) restaurant. We chose to have the wine pairing and were very pleased that we did, not only was the wine exceptional, the interaction with the friendly and very knowledgable sommelier before each course enhanced the experience ten fold.
Agree smart casual which I personally interpret for men as long trousers and any kind of smart top with some kind of sleeves. Agree re going for bottle of wine that you know you will like - wine deal is really for serious wine connoisseurs imo. For aperitif we sipped half Bottle Bollinger looking out to sea as sun went down - the table is urs for whole evening. Vastly more expensive than drinks at pub but we didn’t believe in compromise on a night like that!
The dress code is as you wish - but I suggest smart casual.
Definitely take the wine flight with the food - very good.
The Sommelier recommended an gorgeous wine to accompany our set lunch menu.
I'd recommend his advice depending on your choice of meal.
A good deal...? Yes - it was part of our dining experience which we enjoyed thoroughly.
I feel I must add that although I love fine dining - especially in outstanding places such as RNO, at no point can I look at any of the prices and think that I'm getting a good deal for my money.
They are ALL extortionate!
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