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The Larder Cook School once again excelled itself with a 'Retro Night'. Chef Dereick produced wonderful, individually cook meals.
Great menu including Retro classics such as, Prawn Cocktail served with freshly baked Brown Bread and Butter, Melon Boats with Gingered Sugar, Beef Consommé served with...More
Went this morning this was my first visit.
Hot.chocolate and a bacon roll . Good food , reasonable prices and excellent staff .
You get to see the whole kitchen from your table which is fascinating as you can watch the young men and ladies...More
An excellent afternoon spent with my daughter-in-law enjoying a Mother's Day afternoon tea. The quality of the homemade open sandwiches, scones and an excellent selection of cakes, challenged our waist lines. Tea and coffee were plentiful and the service could not be faulted. Well done...More
I went with my wife for the Thai night. There were eight people with an experienced chief (Dereick Rushton). We had nibbles as a starter them were shown how to make a Thai red curry paste, which we used to make a Thai red chicken...More
Great wee place, you can see everything going on in the kitchen which keeps you occupied whilst waiting on your freshly cooked dishes.
We visited on 7th March for the pop up cafe and our experience was very good, so much so that i will...More
First time here. Great experience and good fun. Made a lovely meal and ate it afterwards with a wee glass of wine. Rest of team were good company. Would do this again, and its all for a very worthy cause. Will look out for pop...More
We chose the cook and dine Curry & Ale night as a work night out. So glad we did. Relaxed, fun and great food. We learned some great tips from the Chef as we cooked our own curry and dessert. Sat down to eat in...More
Our grandson went here one day a week during his high school days they were excellent with training the youngsters. Our grandson now has a full time apprenticeship to become a chef we also go to the pop up cafe were they do fabulous meals...More
I have twice been to the pop-up-café and twice been so impressed with the food and service. The menu is ambitious and offers a wide variety of flavours throughout. The Cullen Skink with homemade bread roll really was outstanding, as was the 'posh steak pie'...More