Spending one night in Reading, the hotel desk clerk recommended Judy's, and I'm glad she did.
The olive oil was already on the table in a shallow bowl when we were seated, and very tasty warmed foccacia soon followed. The steak platter was definitely above average, though the salmon was somewhat ordinary. Both included a mixed green salad with choice of various vinagrettes.
While wine options and prices are listed, there is no printed list of available beers. Waitress claimed available bottled beers were only the ordinary mass-market beers, so we settled for a pleasant pale ale without understanding what all the options were. Why don't restaurants like this one treat beer drinkers better by providing better info as to what is available? Seems it would be in their interest to do so, given the profitability of selling beer.
Dining room is in what was reportedly once an annex to the food market; high ceiling with wood beams, very atmospheric.
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