A group of 8 of us visited recently and all had a fantastic meal. Its certainly not the cheapest place around but the quality of all our courses was excellent.
The menu is the first thing you see as you enter the place on a large blackboard which if you have a memory issue in retaining what you want, can be an issue as you sit and have a drink!!
Our group had a selection of started including mussels in a tomato sauce, chicken pate, king prawns - all were excellent with the most expensive around £7.
The service was prompt and efficient with all our food arriving together for all the courses.
For the mains we again had a variety including the cod, scallops, sea bass in shrimp sauce, rack of lamb and chicken. All were exquisite and presented perfectly with a selection of vegetables and potatoes accompanying the mains.
Again a wide selection of sweets were on offer all at around £5 with cheese/biscuits slightly more expensive.
All in all the meal cost us £270 with that including drinks for all 8 of us which worked out around £34 a head which might be seen as pricey but nearly all of us had 3 courses and we did have quite a bit of drink as well!!
We'd definitely recommend the White Bear for its food and relaxed atmosphere and we'll return soon.
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