After being greeted with a semi friendly welcome we ordered drinks and waited for our table. We were quite a large party with children and trying to choose our food off a menu written on a board situated behind another large party we felt abit awkard. As for the menu, choice wasnt a problem, your good old roast to lasagne or even hamburger and chips, sizeing down or adapting to suit children. When the food arrived we found the roasts to be warm not as they should be,hot on hot plates with not a big enough portion yet the lasagne was piping hot and of adequate sizing.
Finding places to accomadate a coelic is difficult but here it wasnt a problem, a full individual menu including yorkshires and gravy with staff that understood.
Left feeling a little disheartened and hungry, hopefully just a blip on an over booked Mothers Day but wouldnt return on such an occasion.
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