We visited this restaurant for Sunday lunch after buying a voucher for 3 courses and a glass of wine for £22 which was a huge bargain! After having a drink in the bar we were shown to a corner table in the restaurant. We would have ordered a bottle of wine but with prices starting at around £27 we decided not to bother. Lovely decor in the restaurant and great views.
There was a choice of 3 starters and 3 desserts, the main course was a carvery with vegetarian options available. One of the starters was cauliflower soup and given that the only vegetable that wasn't roasted with the main course was cauliflower, we chose other things. Starters of deep fried whitebait and ham hock terrine were very good. The meat choices were beef and turkey, we tried both and both were delicious, especially the beef which was perfectly cooked. Vegetables were cauliflower cheese and roasted root vegetables. Large Yorkshire puddings were available too. The main courses were very good.
Desserts were a bit of a let down unfortunately, one choice was black forest gateau but when I asked I was told it was bought in so I opted for apple crumble and custard. The apple crumble was apple pie with a crumble topping and was lacking in flavour, the custard was the type made from powder and milk so a bit disappointing overall.
Service was good with friendly and efficient staff in the restaurant and a great bar manager. A good experience overall and we will return in the future.
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