We visited the Pot Kiln on Saturday 10th July with our son and daughter in law, it was my birthday treat albeit a belated one Our son and daughter in law have frequented this wonderful venue a few times, for us it was a first and will not be the last.
An idyllic setting tucked away in wonderful countryside, a summers evening and food to die for.
As a starter the pigeon was spot on and the deer as a main with wonderful mash a true delight. Puddings( I had the chocolate pudding with ice cream, raspberries and salted almonds, sounds heavy but it was very light) and cheese rounded off a perfect meal, you will not be disappointed, service was good and atmosphere welcoming.
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