We ate here over Easter, unfortunately due to the busy weekend we had to have the lunch menu instead of the dinner menu but it was OK, they still had a good selection on the lunch menu.
The place was very quiet, not many people in at all so we got seated in the old part of the pub which was pretty cool.
My future mother in law really enjoyed the rioja the bar served, it's hard to find somewhere that sells rioja!
I ordered the sweet potato curry - it came out on a wooden board with a pot of curry and a pot of rice... not sure exactly how you're supposed to eat this on a board. I had to put the rice on my fork and dip it into the curry, so then rice fell into the curry and it was a bit of a disaster... please just used a bowl from now on!! My mother in law ordered the bavette steak medium rare, it came out cold in the centre and more rare than medium rare - she said it was also very chewy so she barely ate any of it. My fiance got the iron chicken dish and got scallops on the side, he said the chicken was lovely and the scallops were just OK, nothing special. My future step father in law enjoyed his burger though!!
Dessert wise we got the apple tart - WAY too much gin flavouring on top, nasty... Panacotta which was lovely, the orange sponge which was OK and the peanut butter cup which was OK too - both nothing special. Bring back the sticky toffee pudding please!!
Overall, it's very expensive for not great food. There's much better places to eat nearby so I'd opt for those rather than here.
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