We revisited The Old Bank for Sunday Lunch after having had lunch there a month before and finding that a previous chef-of-excellence had returned. We were not disappointed.
Our starters, soup and pate, were excellent. I had the fish special as my main course. It was unbelievable that this dish was included in the set price for a 2 or 3 course lunch. A fillet of Sea Bass rolled in a fillet of Salmon served in a crab sauce, beautifully presented and faultlessly cooked. My husband had the roast beef which was meltingly rare with a light home-made yorkshire pudding of definate character. Our adult son had a home-made burger served in soda bread which was simply perfect.
To be picky, it was a shame that the same attention hadn't been given to the vegetables which were randomly presented in the one dish, rather insignificant and not sufficient for the two meals they related to.
We can't wait to sample the dinner menu next!
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