We visited the Grangemoor for the Sunday Carvery Lunch after positive reviews from friends.
However the food was very basic and the dining area had the feel and ambience of a retirement home. The sombre environment also seemed to attract those lacking in basic dining etiquette.
Although there was a good choice of meats, the quality was substandard and the vegetables were wilted and tasteless.
The vegetarian nutroast option was particularly poor; being very dry and offering little flavour. This dish was also delivered before we were invited up to the carvery (to select vegetables) and so was cold.
At nearly £16 per head for 3 courses I did not believe this to be good value for money. The chain pubs offer much better quality and atmosphere for the same money or less.
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