We went there for a family celebration and enjoyed ourselves. They do not have highchairs but they did allow us to have a child with our own booster seat. They made our grand-daughter most welcome. We elected for the set menu and there were two choices for every course. I had a quiche lorraine for entree and it was beautiful - made with flaky pastry. I had steak for mains and it was perfectly cooked and very tender. Unfortunately it was too small and I was still hungry. Sweets were some sort of Christmas log. Not sure what it was, it was non-descript. It was sweet, but without a lot of taste.
Staff were pleasant and most welcoming.
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