We arrived at about 5:00pm on Sunday and found the restaurant empty, except for a few people just finishing off their meals.
As they serve till 6:00, we were shown to a table and given "Sunday" menus which offered amongst other things, mashed potato and a jug of gravy.
We opted for lamb dinners. When they arrived, the plate had, lamb, peas, stuffing(?), Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes and about four small new potatoes cut into quarters together with so much gravy that the peas resembled the start of a triathlon as they floated all over the plate.
The waitress then brought out a dish of mixed veg.
At the end of the meal Which we found ample, we were asked if everything was ok and when I commented on the mash and gravy jug the girl looked puzzled, so I said that whilst the food was well cooked it would have been nice to be told that our meals would have to be made up of what was left in the kitchen. The waitress said she would go and ask what had happened.
We never saw the girl again. So all in all while I am willing to try a meal there again, I shall be questioning the staff first, to ensure that we get what we expect from the menu.
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