Lunch is a proper event at Sunnybrae. People book and travel long distances to eat there (weekends only): and booking is essential. Five or six (lost count) inventive courses spread out across the afternoon, and guests are invited to wander round the garden before the mains.
It's a few weeks and a long-haul flight since we ate there, so details of what we ate are a little hazy, but it was all excellent, with a mix of salads making full use of the garden's produce, some more robust hungarian fare (game) and a good wine list.
A large and spacious dining room with friendly and attentive service make this the ideal place to meet up with friends and family for a big occasion or just because you feel like it.