My wife and I and two good friends who live in that neighborhood, had dinner at BP on Friday last. While the ambiance was pleasant, I have to say, that the overall impression of the food -the starters, the main course and the dessert was less than stellar, both in terms of preparation and quantity. There were certainly moments of joy like the chili calamari and the selection of breads. The cheese selection, although exquisite, was so deprived of portion, that it gives one the impression that the intent, somewhat cynical, is to solely maximize revenue as opposed to providing an exhilarating dining experience. Coming to my main issue, the Main course. The portions were again parsimonious and pretentiously light. BTY, I'm neither a proponent of the obscenely full-portioned ""platter"", which seems to be the current fad, although there seems to be a move towards moderation of late. What was particularly disappointing was the lack of a starch or vegetable with the main course, and instead a poor apology for one in the form of a grilled grape fruit slice. The necessity to order the vegetable separately again smacks of cheap profiteering. Surely, the patron should be offered both options, with the Main course or separately. Incidentally, the prawns need an extra washing as they were gritty. Lastly, it was unfortunate that our evening was cut short, as we had to, in not so subtle a manner, make way for a larger party. While the place has potential, Michelin star it certainly is not. If the Raison-de-etre is to purely make money, then clearly a better strategy should be put in place as opposed to a poor excuse for fine dining, which is unfortunately what it is today.