We met up with My brother n law and his wife at Wing Hall camp site and decided to try a meal at the Kings Arms. It being a Friday night and us not having booked we thought it prudent to arrive early, which turned out to be just as well. No free, un-booked tables were available. The staff checked and offered us a table that was booked from 8pm, which was fine with us.
The food was absolutely superb, I opted for, as it turned out, the last portion of a seafood tagine from the specials menu, the missus had a butternut squash risotto. My brother in law chose the beef, onion and mushroom pie, the best pie he has ever had he reckons and he is a bit of a pie expert, and his wife had rack of lamb, succulent and perfectly cooked.
The sweet menu was very tempting but only 2 of us had room, I had a beautiful creme brulee with fruit compote and my wife had the chocolate mouse, lovely.
Local beers and Aspall's cider were our choice to drink but the wine list looked quite interesting and with a nice, if expensive rum topped it off, although we were warned about the price of the rum before buying it.
We ended up leaving at about 10.30 having vacated our table by 8pm and taken up residence at the bar. On the whole a thoroughly enjoyable, and to be repeated this evening, night out.
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