A wet and windy day was cheered by the lovely log fire with our table for lunch close by. House cocktails (it was a wedding anniversary celebration visit) were followed by a game-heavy set menu for my husband's choice (pheasant terrine and venison suet pudding with mashed swede) whilst the a la carte offered everything from salmon (my choice) to lamb; smoked haddock kedgeree or steaks. Service was excellent with the only disappointment was my pear tart tatin dessert which was soggy under-cooked pastry with half a very small pear lost in the middle of a large white plate with a small scoop of tasteless ice cream (cost nearly £6). Shame, as the rest of the meal was excellent and portions, which initially appeared small for the main, proved well judged over three courses. A special place which we will return to despite puds!
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