We have been going to eat at Dunkerley's for many years. Normally reliable, the last couple of times had been a bit below par. But lunch on Easter Sunday suggested the restaurant was back to form. The style remains traditional rather than avant garde but that suits the relatively sober clientele. Between us we tried a fair bit of the menu and it was all good. The whole fresh plaice and all the desserts stood out. The price was very reasonable at around £15 for three courses. The house wine was fine and service by the young waiting staff was efficient and friendly.
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