The restaurant is cosy and good service but I was disappointed with the food. It felt like the chef was good with a lot of potential but just stopped short of being very good. I thought some of the food lacked flavour particularly the bread which lacked salt and the dauphinoise potatoes. My partner... read more
Opened in 2006, The Larder is located in the Grade II listed Victorian...
Opened in 2006, The Larder is located in the Grade II listed Victorian building that was once home to the apothecary shop that went on to become the pharmaceutical giant Boot's. The house style is an emphasis on simplicity & quality of cooking, with a menu that changes daily to take advantage of seasonal ingredients. Service is knowledgeable yet relaxed & unpretentious.
Michelin, Harden's & Good Food Guide listed.