Better known as a spot for breakfast and lunch in the small village of Carmunnock, it's now open for dinner Thursday and Friday nights, last order at 8pm. Last night was our 2nd evening visit, and both my wife and I enjoyed it. There is a good selection of starters, and mains. I went for the anti pasti plate which was great, and my wife had the chicken satay skewers, which I also tried and were very good. For main, my wife had the pork escalope with new roasted potatoes which she said was really tasty, I went for the chicken ariabiata pasta with home made focaccia, and it was nice and spicy, portion was big and I left some to leave room for dessert. Laura's gets a good name for its pastries, so the desserts are worth saving space for. The individual strawberry pavlova my wife had looked good, and she said it was really nice, but could have done with a little sauce. I had the pear tart tatain...very good, was piping hot with a nice vanilla ice cream. Laura's has a small wine list and offers beers as well, so to go with the meal we had a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc. Prices are very good too, 2 courses £11.95 or 3 for £14.95, so all in three courses and a bottle of wine was just under £43, which for the quality of the food and generous portions is great. Staff are friendly as well, only thing is its a bit quiet, but I suspect it's because the evening openings maybe aren't advertised as much as they should be. A nice little place for dinner.
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