Over the years we have visited this establishment in many of it's guises. The latest, The Farmers, seems to have got of to a slow start.
Our group of six visited for Sunday lunch and enjoyed a good meal.
I enjoyed my locally smoked salmon (would have been interested to know where it was smoked), the honey roast gammon and the Eton Mess style pudding. Coffee was good. Good vegetables and very light yorkshire puddings.
Some of the party would have preferred to have had the option of a traditional roast meal - the only beef was an eight hour slow cooked version.
We were surprised that the restaurant was only half full and thought it deserved to have had more tables occupied - it would have improved the atmosphere - the friends who booked said that it has been full in the week when they visited.
Sunday lunch for 6 for starter, main course, four puddings, coffee and a small round of drinks cost £21/head which seemed a good price.
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