My wife and I dined here after a visit to Dirleton Castle. The staff were initially very welcoming showing us to the last available table and presenting us with our menus.
After a while we ordered our food and more drinks. Our server said she'd bring us some complimentary bread with our drinks. 10 minutes later, none of these had arrived, but after a gentle reminder we got our drinks.
Our main meals came (still no bread) and they were OK. My spaghetti dish was average, but my wife's Cajun chicken burger was just a burger of chicken breast with a sprinkling of spices, it didn't seem particularly well marinated. The 'real' chips were undercooked and oily.
The food was edible, but for over £11 per dish we expected a bit better. This establishment is clearly catering for a captive market (castle visitors), and the prices reflect this. Now they just need to up the quality and value to match.
I would go back, but only if I was very hungry.More