We dined at the Kings Arms the day after Valentines Day, hoping the restaurant would be quieter as most places are busy and booked up on the 14th itself. The Valentine's sharing menu was still on offer, so we opted for it. The starter was a platter of charcuterie & smoked salmon with garnish & bread, a good start. This was followed by a souffle of smoked haddock and cheese-an unusual dish but very tasty. We chose the sirloin and chips for our main course. This was excellent, the steak tender and flavoursome and the chips supreme. If anything was lacklustre it was the 'trio' of puddings- a brownie [a little stodgy] jelly and ice cream [?!] and cheesecake [which was the best of the three]. We had an extremely delicious red wine [Herault] with our meal.
The service was at just the right level, unobtrusive but engaging.
There are a lot of tables and it did feel just a little cramped, with the neighbouring table very close. The decor is pleasant, a mixture of modern and antiquity.
We felt that overall the price was not too over the top for such good food and therefore good value. I would definitely go again!