Went for our first visit to Locks for a weekend lunch. Staff were very friendly, genuine, and helpful with our young toddler, and looked after him very well during the dinner. Starters of sweetcorn soup (with truffle and trompettes) and the salmon were both very tasty. We went for one of the more inexpensive wines (a half carafe as we were driving) which was very pleasant. The only downside was that the mains seemed a little oversalted (both the pork cheek and the tempura). Vegetables ordered as a side were good, especially the broccoli. Creme Brulee was delicious, and coffee came with some nice petit fours. Overall the very relaxed atmosphere, friendly and unfussy service made for an extremely pleasant meal and afternoon. Great value too: recommended.
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