I had heard positive comments about this place and the food and service were rather good. Also as a coeliac with a life long curse of the gluten free diet (as against the current celebrity fad diet) it was encouraging to see they had marked the few dishes that were gluten free with a G indicating that they were aware of the issue. Therefore it was rather disappointing to find that among the ubiquitous 8 deserts on offer not one was gluten free – the dreaded wheat flour being in all of them and most coeliacs are sick of being offered ice cream. The disappointment was somewhat exemplified because the previous day I had eaten at the wonderful Chez Bruce in London where at least two thirds of the creative desert menu was gluten free and they do not shout about it – it just is. So if you do not share the ever increasing curse of coeliac disease you will no doubt enjoy eating here with the wonderful Cotswolds around you.
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