We only live a couple of miles away so I'm not sure why we haven't visited Warwicks' before. Anyway, with a friend visiting and all of us tired, eating out was our best option so I rang and booked a table and along we drove.
The evening was damp and cool but as we walked through the pub's charming flowery garden we all wished we could have eaten outside - it must be pure bliss! Inside, it was warm and cosy with a welcoming open fire, and lots of musical memorabilia going back a long way. The welcome was warm too, and we were shown to a lovely corner table, nicely near the Specials board.
My partner and I started with fish soup. We weren't expecting it to be the best fish soup either of us had ever eaten - but it was! Wow! Extraordinarily full of deep flavour and a real triumph, quite a revelation. I hope the chef feels very proud of this dish. Next came a whole sea bass for my partner, which he loved, cooked to perfection, served with excellent saute potatoes, and our guest loved her vegetable tart and salad, whilst I tucked into delectable belly pork, again cooked to perfection, with a wonderful gravy. I would have prefered a green vegetable to the roast vegetables I had, the only ones offered, but that's my only tiny gripe about the whole meal. Puds were equally wonderful and my summer pudding was exactly as summer pudding should be - delicious! Prices were very reasonable, especially for the quality of our meals. Owners and staff were all friendly and welcoming, and we plan to return soon and frequently.
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