Went here shortly before xmas with 8 other people. We booked in advance and were given a lovely table in an annex by the window, so we could talk without feeling we were disturbing anyone.Most people had french onion soup which I was told was delicious. I and 2 other people had prawns in shell which were small and rather messy - served with a slice of bread , mayo but no butter. We were given a finger bowl which was really needed.
Mains ... try the lamb which just melts in your mouth. The portions look on the small side but are really filling. The other dishes we tried were pie .. a little too much pastry, duck which again was cooked to perfection.
Desserts - good choice but all average and very pricey £6+
Wine - had house wine which was nice , plenty of ales and soft drinks.
Expensive but on the whole enjoyable. Would not have the prawns again but would try the soup.
Staff were attentive and got all our order correct. Food served in good time and it was quite busy.
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