We booked for Sunday Brunch at noon. We were sent to the bar and no-one came to take us to our table. At 12.25 I asked if our table was ready yet and we were taken through.
We had a lovely waitress (blonde girl) who explained the Sunday Brunch concept to us and invited us to start with the chefs table buffet. Except the chef wasn't there so we had some meats, cheese and bread. This was all lovely. I really wanted a waffle as listed on the menu but they didn't have a waffle iron. Then when we asked for a pancake the hob wasn't actually plugged in and someone had to run round looking for an extension lead. Once they'd sorted that we were brought a thick but tasty syrup pancake.
As waffles weren't available the fried chicken came with chips, not fancying a kfc anyway, I ordered roast beef and husband ordered steak. Both meals were generous portions and very nice. For dessert we had the hot chocolate (ice cream and marshmallows topped with hot chocolate sauce) and the mal sundae (ice cream, brownies and sauce) but couldn't finish them. They were nice but also big portions and sickly.
Overall it was a good meal, a bit expensive to be a regular Sunday lunch but nice for a treat. Our waitress was very good, but she was let down by the initial service we received by other staff.
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