Visiting Mount Stewart, it is well worth the extra few minutes to drive to Harrison's -- don't let the hidden location put you off -- all you see from the A20 road is a sign and then you have to follow a long winding road up the hill, and if it's busy you have to park in the overflow gravel car park. While it was a very busy Saturday midday lunch crowd the staff was cheery and helpful. But as others say, the service is a bit on the informal side as no one checked on us to see if everything was ok, no one asked if we wanted a box for obvious leftovers, and no one invited us to order dessert. Appreciate the kids play area outside. Child's sausage meal had heaping portion of mashed and 4 mid-sized sausages and gravy -- quite large meal. Chicken goujons were quality breast meat but bit on greasy side -- maybe the oil in the deepfryer needs to be bit higher temperature. Chips were of the very large cut variety and so very potato-y, not our preference. Fish pie was like a shepherd's pie with no crust but just mashed pot; came with nice side of mashed root veggies and sauteed greens. £37 for 3 adult entrees + 1 soup + 1 child's meal + 2 apple juices.
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