This is our third visit and second lunch. It is always a very enjoyable experience. You get what you pay for and there is no danger of going home hungry with the five course option, which is supplemented by canapés, an amuse bouche and delicious home-baked bread. We also opted for a cheese board shared between three. My son and I went for the wine flight and my wife took the juice flight (I was duty driver the previous night!). The 25 year old sherry served with dessert was a delightful surprise.
The staff as ever were friendly and attentive. It's fascinating to see the chefs at work and great to be able to interact with them. We look forward to the next time.
One small quibble - why was the butter was sourced from the West Country when there's plenty in good old Sussex by the Sea?
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