This hidden gem of a restaurant is part of the new college on the site of the former Ravenscraig site in Motherwell.
The kitchen and restaurant are staffed by hospitality students at the college, so it helps to bear in mind that they are still learning.
Having said that, the food was excellent and expertly presented. We were told that the students in the kitchen were under the watchful eye of a former Gleneagles chef, and it showed.
The menu is limited to 2-3 starters but they all sounded appetising.
For starters, we had the butternut squash velouté with goats cheese - delicious - and the pork with black pudding - first class (plate-lickingly good!)
For mains we chose pheasant (very pleasant) and the mushroom risotto with Parmesan - very flavourful and ample portions.
We tried the baked apple and the plum tart for deserts - very good but not the highlight of the meal.
Total cost for two, including 2 mineral waters, was amazingly under £16
We hope to come back soon.
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