Carnegie House has all of the aesthetic parts of an expensive restaurant down to a tee (which is apt since it overlooks the 9th? hole on Toftrees golf course). Carnegie House particularly likes pricing their food to reflect their aesthetics.
Unfortunately, the quality of the meal does not reflect the ambiance or cost. It was fine, but, as some other reviewers have noted, the prices do not reflect the food quality. My companion explained that the high price of the food was our "price for admission" into the nice lounge you wait at before being seated, the pleasant dining area, and the views of the course. If you don't mind over-priced food in exchange for these intangibles, Carnegie House is might be right up your alley. Me? I want a fifty-dollar steak to taste like it's worth fifty bucks.
And what's with the backlit menu and checks? They didn't conform with the restaurant environment that Carnegie House is trying very hard to create. Be who you are, Carnegie House! Leave the mod details to the Ale House!
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