My wife, Alison and I had lunch at Cross Lane with her mum and dad. Her mum has Alzheimer's so we wanted things to go smoothly and they really did. The staff were extremely friendly and welcoming and the food was delicious and very well presented. Everyone in our party had a brilliant time and we immediately booked for another lunch in a fortnight so Alison's sister could come as well.
The vegetarian options on the menu looked great but I went for a tuna carpaccio starter and guinea fowl mains--delicious! We all had a pudding as well and the various sweet wines were excellent accompaniment to my blackcurrant tart, Alison's raspberry panacotta and her dad's gooseberry syllabub. I'm going back so I can try some of the other options as well. The menu changes frequently but, if it's always as good as this, it's well worth a detour to try it. The setting is so lovely too that we are thinking about staying a night or so and doing some walking.
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