3 course Christmas lunch - DELICIOUS Kernling wine - SCRUMPTIOUS Service spot on as usual What else can we say?
Having been here for Farmers' Market breakfasts on a number of occasions, we looked forward with eager anticipation to dining in the restaurant as a birthday celebration. We were far from disappointed and thoroughly enjoyed virtually everything about our visit. The welcome was warm and very friendly with an excellent brigade front of house who kept up their professional but... More
We ate in the a la carte restaurant though there is an informal cafe available as well within the converted barn. For a high ceilinged building, the feel is still cosy with a wood burning stove in the middle and interesting artwork. The food was delicious - perfectly cooked fish and steak. Pheasant tagine that was delicious. The service was... More
The views expressed by many about this place were encouraging so we decided to try it. On first impression it looked good and it was half full of diners. What a huge let down. The time from ordering our meal to the time it took to get to the table was terrible, the table staff were woefully inadequate (no eye... More
It is always disappointing if a guest is less than 100% happy and naturally we are sorry that on this,your first visit, you left underwhelmed. Whilst initially very upset by your completely false suggestion that a PR Agency is employed to enhance the reviews we receive we have since realised what a tremendous compliment you have paid to the only... More
This little restaurant is very charming, wonderful ambiance, excellent value for money and in such a perfect rural setting. Not to mention the shop that can help while away many an hour.
As Shakespeare once wrote--ambition is a grievous fault--but here is a restaurant that is ambitious in its menus, its attention to food , its clarity in its delivery of the aforementioned by an incredible knowledgeable waitress. Where it falls down is that apart from a couple of members of the front house the others require a LOT of training to... More
Dinner on a Friday night 3 x courses £29.95! This is 5* dining at pub prices! Beautiful venue, excellent and helpful service, with advise on the dishes the staff have tasted! Comfortable, full nappery , delicious home made rosemary focaccia bread, choice of 5 x starters, cod fishcakes with poached egg and velouty sauce, followed by choice of 5 x... More
The leaping is a very special place, it is a combination of wonderful food (I would describe it as modern British with a small but perfectly balanced menu, based on the seasons & local produce beautifully cooked. The home made focaccia bread served warm sets the scene. Last time we went I had mussels, which some the best I have... More
That says it all - a well thought out venue with a restaurant, cafe, shop and garden, seemingly 'in the middle of nowhere' but apparently not as it was full on a wet Wednesday. Very nice light lunch and the wine was pretty good too.
We had a anniversary dinner on Saturday evening as well as sunday breakfast. The restaurant has a great ambience with very professional, friendly staff. The food was delicious - I had seared mackeral with pickled sweet potato and mint yoghurt starter (star ingredient some sort of marinated lemon), local pork belly with ham hock croquette. Had to share desert as... More
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