Our twin sons had a significant birthday and we took them to Cornfields. This was not the frst time we have visited. We were not disappointed.
When one arrives one enters the old bar of the Wheatsheaf, which got my wife and myself reminising about the 1970's and real ale. We had our pre-dinner drinks in the bar and chose our meals. The waitresses were reasonably efficient and polite.
There was a good selection and even my wife said there were two or three items which she would eat.
When we arrived at the table, very fresh bread was served with olive oil and butter as required.
The four of us had selected three diffent first courses. I had scallops which were served with an incredibly tasty sauce of creamed and crispy leaks.. One of my sons had the courgette, pea and mint soup which he too said was excellent. The other two had stilton, walnut and bacon fritters with a port sauce. It sounds delicious, and they both said that it was.
We also chose three different main courses and everyone said that theirs was well cooked and extremely tasty. The sauces with each choice were fantastic.
The charcter of the dining room is not as good as the bar, it being relatively modern. However the room is pleasant.
The service was good, and personal but surprisingly there were very few people dining.
We have visited Cornfields on a number of occasions, as a couple, as a large private party, and as a group of people on the Christmas menu. Each time the meals have been well cooked and presented and we have not had a bad meal.
On this ocassion we had an excellent meal, which was not cheap but of extremely high quality. We will return.
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