Thought we would try the Yew Tree tonight as we'de heard it was very good and we'de been to the place when it was a very good pub many years ago. We were pleasantly surprised when we walked into to the little reception area,what a cosy little place ! We noticed the quaint old fireplaces from many moons ago ! We sat on the squashy sofas with our drinks and perused the menu,with Andrea Bocelli playing in the background..as we did so,kitchen staff were passing us with trays of colourful looking food that smelt heavenly..looked like there was something going on in the church opposite ?! After ordering we were soon taken to our table at the back of the restaurant, in the bay window,with lovely views. We ordered the home made cream of vegatable soup,brushetta with goat's cheese,balsamic and caramellised onions..both starters absolutely delicious. Mains were linguine with chili,prawns and calamari,swordfish with cherry tomatoes,pesto and sliced potatoes,both dishes with fesh salad and a side of garlic bread,with extra garlic. All delicious and very flavourful,and well presented. Desserts were an amazing authentic tiramisu and a melt in the mouth vanilla and lime cheesecake with raspberries. Coffees to follow,and with drinks the final bill came to £65 ! Service was very good,staff poite,courteous and accomodating.The restaurant has a cosy,relaxing and unpretentious ambience,what a little gem of a place. We will definately return !
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