High Head is a reasonably long bike ride for us so we decided to go for lunch there one day. When we arrived and walked through the door we were greeted by a young waitress who seemed to be very shy and intimidated- not qualities you would expect from a waitress. She whispered to us to sit down and order at the counter when we were ready. We both decided upon the leek and potato soup which was available with 'guiness bread'. Upon enquiring as to what was the nature of this mysterious bread and as to whether it was alcoholic the waitress simply said 'I dont know how to desribe it'- when it was quite simply crusty brown bread. To be fair the leek and potato soup was to die for but we became very hungry after waiting for half an hour. considering it was a special it should not have taken that long The chocolate milkshake with a scoop of ice cream provided both desert and drink however one of the group ordered(at the time of ordering main courses) gingerbread and custard. One of the other waitresses came to take our dishes away and said "did you order gingerbread" they replied "yes" and she said "I'l do it for you now"- another nice long wait. With another feeble "sorry about the wait" they served the dish. The small portion you got for £3.90 was declared delicious. Overall, the food was absolutely lovely however, the service wasn't great and the value for money was also poor but we would recomend to any patient or wealthy people passing by!
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