Me and my husband decided to have Sunday lunch at The Blythburgh White Hart. We were expecting the place to be fairly busy, but it was actually very quiet. On arrival a male who appeared to be the chef was having a cigarette at the rear of the pub. We both chose the roast beef priced at £10.50. When the meal arrived, we were both disappointed. The beef was cut into thick, fairly tough slabs, the yorkshire pudding was nothing special, the vegetables looked as though they had been boiled to within an inch of their lives in the same pan (broccoli, peas and courgettes) and served mixed together as one side dish with a side dollop of mashed swede/turnip? There wasn't a lot of gravy on the plate, but more was brought to the table on request. On the plus side, the roast potatoes were nice. We decided to give the spotted dick and custard a try as dessert. Another disappointment. It was a small square of sticky gloopy stuff and the custard had skin in as though it had stood a while in the kitchen and been stirred before being poured into our bowls - this cost £5.95! I felt that good money was spent on a poor quality meal. We have previously eaten at The White Hart for an evening meal and been happy with the food that was served. I would certainly avoid their Sundays roasts in future!
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