With no vegetarian option for the main course, apart from an initial offer of the side dish offering for the cod of parsley and garlic risotto, we very nearly had to go elsewhere but they quickly brought it back with an offer from the chef to make us a beetroot and horseradish risotto.
I am surprised however that in this day and age and given the location (Bath) that there isnt a vegetarian option on the menu anyway. THis has stopped me giving an excellent rating.
I am glad we stayed however. The amuse bouche was excellent (watercress and horseradish soup- very tasty indeed and Ill be trying it out at home! A delicious pumpkin soup with a very tasty goats cheese tortellini as a starter, lovely selection of 3 breads, the beetroot and horseradish rissoto was exceptional and looked great too. I had a serving of 3 wonderful cheeses at an excellent price of £7.50 with trimmings of quince and date and nut cake, apple and celery. My Partner had a popcorn and chocolate ganache which was superb!
We had coffee and it came with 4 tiny chocolate truffles which made us feel better about having them.
Only went for glass house wine and water didn't look at wine list.
Service was efficient.
The main course portion size was on the small size for the cost so I cant say it was tremendous value, unlike the cheese.
It was busy and people were clearly enjoying themselves and the food however it did mean longer than usual waits between courses - didn't spoil the overall evening though.
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