Phoned up and they managed to squeeze us in after only booking 30 minutes before arrival. Very busy but luckily staff managed to move us anyways as at first we ended up next to a very noisy hen party. Not the hens fault its just the acoustics of the room so if there is a large party, ask to be sat in the quieter area overlooking the canal.
Food was fab and again, even though its a buffet, food was cooked fresh to order. Would really recommend the prawn toast and curry samosas but the duck parcels are very oily. Prices have been raised recently though so watch this.
If going, definitely go Friday or Sat for the buffet as this is much better value for money. If going midweek and ordering from the main menu, this is still very expensive and not good value. As long as they don't raise the prices of the buffet further, this will continue to be one of our fave places to eat out.
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