From the moment you walk in you are in a time machine. The attendants all in period costume make you welcome and you are transported to the year after the slaughter of the French by the quintessential combat leader of medieval England, Henry V. You are seated at a medieval styled banquet table and given a mug for your ale. The ale is included in your fee which is reasonable as you will encounter a sumptuous feast that would try the stomach of Henry VIII. The roast beef and chicken are well prepared and tasty and there are more side dishes then my memory can recall. The serving wenches are actually English, pretty and helpful. Great service by the entire staff. Then there is the feature presentation, the goings on in the court of an English lord, just back from Agincourt, where in 1415 Henry V regained his patrimony in France. The play was witty and presents the age old battle of the sexes where the combat commander must submit to the Lady of the Castle. I highly recommend this for children from 8 to 80, either gender as there is something in the presentation that everyone will like.
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