We tried the scullery on Sunday 24 March because we fancied a bit of carvery for sunday lunch. They had experienced problems all weekend with the snow and electricity being off so there were a few things that were understandibly unavailable on the menu. The carvery dinner was still available though thankfully. It wasnt served in front of you as i have experienced with many carveries, instead brought from the kitchen, no big deal though for us. The food was beautiful, turkey, beef and pork slices served on mash potato, with roast potato, veg and gravy. Definitely worth a try for both the food and the view from the restaurant window. We will definitely be back to give the rest of the menu a go!
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