After a day on the moors in what can be best described as inclement weather, we headed for the Black Swan for an early dinner. We have been here before and were expecting something a little bit special, we were not disappointed. Both of us chose to eat Pigs cheeks & belly for mains, we were given an amuse bouche of White Onion Soup while we waited as a small starter. My wife followed with aged rice pudding strawberries and ice cream and I had the lemon parfait & fresh fruit, the cooking of which was second to none, and seems to be going from strength to strength. If you are in the area I urge you to give the Black Swan a try you will not regret it service and food are superb. The one thing I should say at this point is they are not open for lunch Monday to Wednesday. The closest we have come to this class of cooking was at Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, so could be a second star soon?
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