5 of us went to Moran's for Sunday lunch today. Was great value at 3 courses for £20.
Reasonably varied menu including starters of mussels, battered cod fillet, bacon & black pudding salad, ham terrine and a mozzarella salad. They each looked stunning. Perfectly formed and decent portions too.
Pretty standard Sunday lunch fare for main - choice of lamb, pork, beef, fish or veggie. We had 2 lamb, 2 beef and 1 fish (plaice). The meat was cooked perfectly - on the rarer side. There was plenty of veg to share and the Yorkshire puddings were huge. The plaice was good too, although I think my husband, who ordered it, was a bit jealous of the rest of us with our enormous plates of meat!
Desserts were also very good and well presented. The Chocolate and cherry cheesecake was good, the Irish coffee tart was better and the cheeses were as you would expect them to be.
Drinks were good. Had a nice rioja and a pino grigio. Reasonably priced and less than £20 each. They was also house wine for around £14.
The decor, given the location of the place (next to a garden nursery and an insolvency practitioners), was surprisingly good. Very modern, but warming. Staff were attentive, but not in the way.
As I have said, the Sunday lunch was excellent value at £20 - you can also have 2 courses for about £15/16. I will go back, perhaps on a Saturday night to eat from the standard dinner menu.
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