From start to finish this eating experience was first class. On entering we were greeted immediately by friendly staff, and the best log fire I have seen in a long time. The restaurant was full and we were seated in the bar area, but this was no problem at all.
Excellent menu at first we thought a little pricey, but after eating we all agreed that the quality presentation and service was pretty good and only slightly overpriced..
Sea food pancake as a starter this was a meal on its own, with salmon, prawn, cod, scallops muscles in a delicious sauce wrapped in a perfect pancake.
Sea Bass, possible the best sea bass I have tasted served with scallops fresh vegetables and side salad. Not the biggest fillet of Bass I have had but big enough.
Once again for desert a cheese board not at £8 50 I thought this may be a little bit on the expensive side but 7 selected cheeses, quality butter, biscuits, grape served on a slate plate made the price decent. One thing missing was chutney but I am sure if I had asked for this it would have appeared.
Total price for 4 was just over £200, Not a place you would go to on a regular basis but for that special occasion it is a must. The Bridgewater Arms gets a well deserved 10/10 .
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