On a recent trip to South Wales My husband and I stopped off in Ross-on-Wye to partake of Sunday lunch. As Yorkshire people we had never visited Ross-on-Wye but the name was well known to us as a place of local beauty and we were very keen to visit , The town centre, although hilly, was very interesting and after asking someone to recommend a restaurant we entered the Kings Head and gave our order. Sunday lunch of the finest Cotswold beef, We were served very quickly. and on each plate there were 2 slices of beef and a Yorkshire pudding. The vegetables were served in a separate dish. We could not cut the fine Cotswold beef and on receiving a steak knife the piece I tried to eat was dreadful. I have heard of rubbery beef and this was grade 1. The portions of vegetables served were not even large enough for one person and also not cooked, and the Yorkshire pudding had a skin an inch thick which no hopeful eater could ever cut into. I complained to the waitress who took away the unfinished meal and asked me what I would like as a replacement. I asked for the chicken. This never arrived, so we ended up paying £7.95 each for a trip to the toilet and a drink each. I would like to suggest that the local butchers of Ross-on-Wye buy our own Yorkshire beef, which is delicious and the proprietor of this establishment get a qualified chef and also tatse the fare that they are serving.