I've never been here and have heard so many people rave about it so I thought we would give it ago. It was my wife's birthday so we booked a table on a Friday evening. The building is a small thatched cottage, converted into a restaurant seating approx 36. The place is intimate and as soon as we arrived we were warmly greeted. Even the chef came out and introduced himself and thanked us for coming.
We plumped for the seven (might have been eight) course taster menu and the food was exquisite. I especially loved the slow cooked pork belly, the main course of 28 day aged beef and the dessert of iced peanut butter parfait, caramel, brownie, ice cream and salted peanuts. The wine selection was excellent and the service couldn't be faulted. We both left feeling nicely full and enjoyed the ambience of the place. It's expensive but worth it.
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