As many have said, the idea is the food and drinks are what you would expect in 15th Century England. Food is served family style but portions are small if you share evenly. Basically you get three courses. Service is a little slow such as you could consume your meat before the veggies show up. Drinks are designed to mirror the way things were made 600 years ago. You can get modern cocktails though. The show is more like a skit performed by the staff with some audience participation. There was a knight fight that was probably more aggressive than space allowed.
They are moving to a larger building mid 2014. I may go back to see what they can do in a larger space. All things considered I'm glad I went. Some regulars get into it and actually dress to the period (never comfortable around guys in quilts).
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