We went to Jack in the Green for sunday lunch. This is priced at £20 for 2 courses and £25 for three courses. For starter we had smoked mackerel pate and chicken livers on brioche. Out of the two the stand out dish was the livers they were soft and delicious, although I do prefer them to be on normal toast as appose to brioche which I find a little spongy but this a personal preference. The mackerel pate had a nice taste to it but was very smooth I would say that for my taste it lacked texture but again this is a personal preference.
For mains we had roast dinner one venison and one beef. Both were delicious and came with an assortment of well prepared vegetables. The beef came with a yourkshire pudding that was a little doughy on the bottom but this would be my only critisism.
For pudding we had plumb crumble and sticky toffee pudding, both of which were very nice but not amazing.
The service was good, although it did appear that when we asked for our coats the lady went to check we had paid before returning them (a little to obviously). I would say that the food is a little overpriced as we have had similar sunday lunch offering of better quality for £19 for 3 courses near bristol (Ronnies in Thornbury) But as I am not from the area I could not say whether their price is standard.