Moat House, There is nothing wrong in trying to present its customers with good food and perhaps reflect the quality in its prices. However, if the food appears to be too pretentious and lack the flavour then the paying customer's could be reluctant parting with their money. Our visit included a 3 course meal, the food presentation was splendid. Our courses were served on huge plates, well dressed and well presented. Whilst the presentation was good I wanted the food to reflect that in taste and quality. Ironically it did not match the required taste and whilst I can not disregard their attempt to achieve the desired taste it lacked that punch one expects when you see such beautifully presented dish. As such, most of our dishes ordered it lacked that flair of fine dinning.
Importantly would I visit again yes perhaps to see if things have changed.
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