Extremely good value high tea served on a Sunday afternoon with a set price of £9.95. Not a huge choice on the menu but a reasonable variation nonetheless. I had booked a table but surprsied to arrive to an empty dining area, although other tables had just departed. The dining area is very open and spacious. Our waitress, Rebecca, was extremely welcoming and attentive throughout. She made an effort to make friendly conversation and created a lovely atmosphere for us. On leaving she advised us that lunches were starting up again and she hoped she would see us again. Overall simply excellent customer service; Rebecca is a credit to the restaurant.
The food was absolutely faultless and I would've been happy to pay a few pounds more. Two of us had chicken goujons with peppercorn sauce. The chicken was melt in the mouth and the sauce was beautiful. A generous helping of mixed veg, including turnip, peas and carrots, was cooked perfectly. We even had a choice of chips or potatoes. The other person in our party (notoriously difficult to please!) had the steak pie which too was delicious.
The cakes and scones are sometimes where places fail with high teas. Not the Lundin Links Hotel. The scones were delicious and obviously homemade, as were the other generous selcection of cakes. We had the choice of tea or coffee. We got a pot of tea which the 3 of us easily got 2 cups each from.
I'm baffled that the restaurant is not busier, even more so that people go to The Upper Largo Hotel. I've been there a few times and the food is very average compared to what we had here. I would say the same about the nearby Old Manor. The Lundin Links Hotel would certainly be my first choice and I will definitley be returning.
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