This restaurant was recommended to me and my mother by the lady at the B&B we stayed at. It is a very popular restaurant, so booking a table is necessary. The menu is small, but has a great selections of local ingredients. I had the Yorkshire bluecheese and figs starter which was very nice, with crispy filo crust and melted cheese. My mother had the salmon starter, equally nice. For mains I chose the beef trio with new potatoes, which also was excellently prepared. My mother had the lamb dish for her mains with potatoes au gratin, equally excellent according to her comments. For desserts I went for the rhubarb icecream, and since the mains was quite big (I prefer small portions), I asked for a small dessert. This was not a problem (I had 2 icecream quenelles rather than 4), I didn't even have to pay full price for the dessert. My mother went for a deconstructed pavlova, which she enjoyed. The service was descrete, and we felt well taken care of. I will definitely come back to this restaurant!
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