We ate the Roundel restaurant. Comfortable, relaxed and very warm on cold winter evening. We can highly recommend the Locally sourced wild boar pate, even if they were a bit stingy on the one slice of toast, cut into four tiny triangles! Good garnish and nice onion relish accompanied it. We then opted for two different main meals, my husband went for the Steak & Kidney pudding, which he says was full of meat! It takes quite something to please him on this dish, and this restaurant did not disappoint. Plenty of vegetables accompanied a nice suet crust and the thickness of the rich gravy oozed out of the pudd. I opted for the steak, a bit expensive at £18, for an 8oz Sirloin. However, the chef managed to cook it "Blue" to my order prefernce and again the locally sourced meat did not disappoint. The Mushrooms were fresh, as were the tomatoes, the only criticism, is that I personally, would of preferred it if I was asked if I wanted a plain steak covered in peppercorns (which I didn't). The deserts were plentiful, my husband opting for the spotted dick and custard and myself going for the chocolate sponge, but with cream. This is served up looking small but extremely filling and with a small jug of custard or cream. Delicious. There is a lounge area where you can have coffee afterwards or as you are not rushed you can simply enjoy this at your table. The restaurant only caters for about 30 people, so it's still un-spoilt and you have time to enjoy your meal in a relaxed atmosphere. If you are considering giving this one a try, I recommend you do. Incidentally, you do not have to dress up, most people were just wearing smart casual. Lovely for couples and I imagine nice for a luncheon too, even for business.
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