We spent the Easter weekend in Portscatho. The Plume has certainly upped it's game since this time last year (our last visit). As a previous reviewer has said, if you are after a cheese plough mans, this is probably not for you. If you are after tasty, fresh, interesting food then get seated! Over the course of 4 days, we ate there 3 times. The burgers are fantastic, really tasty. The table next door opted for the megrim sole, which looked fantastic. For Sunday lunch I opted for the rare beef and my hubby the slow cooked lamb shoulder. Absolutely delicious, and more so for the veg (nice to have something other than peas and turnip) the roast included beet root, butternut squash, divine roast potatoes, Savoy cabbage, cauliflower cheese, carrots and a proper Yorkshire pud. The meat slices were very generous. We sampled 2 deserts over the course of our stay, a dark chocolate brownie with salted caramel sauce and a dark chocolate tart. Too die for!! Prices are reasonable considering the lovely food. It was very busy at all times but waitresses were friendly and efficient. Can't wait to go back!
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