We had a major discussion as to where to take our world travelled friend for supper on a Monday night in the area.
I had heard that the Tytherleigh food was incredibly good. So we decided to give it a try.
Oh my oh my. From the minute I made the booking I realised I was speaking to a complete professional.
To walk in from the freezing cold on a Monday night and be greeted with a real flame candelabra on the table, a huge log fire at the end of the Inn and a warm welcome in such a beautiful true sense of the word Country Inn, we knew the food would be amazing.
Our camparis were served in charming oval glasses and on enquiry were informed they were specially chosen designer glasses, the name of whom I can't quite remember.
The unexpected amuse bouche were presented on a slate and were a good sample of what was to come.
I was particularly pleased to note that despite the obvious quality and selection on the menu that the prices were very reasonable for what was on offer.
We had between us the Bouillabaisse with saffron rouille and ciabatta, The beautifully presented slow roast belly of pork with a delicious blackberry jus and a Beer battered haddock and chips with (I was charmed to note, "crushed peas") and tartar sauce.
The wine list was comprehensive.
Outstanding Customer Service. Good Car Park.
To be thoroughly recommended to both locals looking for somewhere really super for an evening meal and visitors to our area.
I shan't hesitate to recommend - I suspect the accommodation that is being brought on will be excellent too. It's quite clear that two very special people run this establishment.
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