We visited with friends on a Thursday evening. The chandelier-lit dining room is elegantly decorated and we had a table by the window that would have afforded a fine view of the golf course, had it been the day-time. We dined off the '3-courses for £20' menu and I started with tempura tiger prawns. These were excellent - a very light batter with the three large prawns cooked exactly the right amount and still hot. The accompanying sauce was Thai-style, quite spicey. One of our party started with the mussels, which were served in a tin pot. They were somewhat small, with no residual sauce, but were tasty enough. For the main course, I chose beef medallions in brandy and red peppercorn sauce. We had been asked if we were happy to have this dish served pink (we were) but it was not actually served pink. The meat was tasty but cut into thin slices rather than the normally thicker medallion-cut. The accompanying sauce was delicious, a highlight of the dish. The vegetables were pleasantly al dente and tasted good.
Another member of our party was very happy with the seafood (sea bass, salmon, scallops and tiger prawns) in martini sauce. We ended with a berry meringue with Chantilly cream.
This was a very good three-course meal for the price, made even more reasonable with a 4-for-3 voucher off the internet. There was live music throughout, with a singer accompanying himself on a keyboard. All in all, it was an attractive place to spend an evening and we were more than happy with the quality of what we had been served.
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