If you fancy a Sunday roast I would not recommend coming here.
About the only thing that had any taste was the small
(and I mean small) chicken breast and leg.
The roast potatoes were packet Auntie Bessies and undercooked.Parsnips were undercooked, and boiled potatoes passable. The gravy was a token gesture accompanying the meal watered down by the pool of water from the "seasoned vegetables". I use the term "seasoned vegetables" loosely as it was a soaking mush of boiled cabbage obviously served up with a ladle rather than a proper serving spoon judging by the amount of water it was swamped in.
The sausage wrapped in burnt bacon you would have needed a microscope to see it.
The two stuffing balls that would have given some flavour to this tasteless presentation were overcooked to the point of resembling and tasting like two rock hard boulders.
It wasn't worth £8.95 and if that is considered to be acceptable cuisine then I would suggest that Galtons management visit a few other local inns and restaurants for some cooking tips and investment in a decent cook / chief who uses proper vegetables.
We like the garden centre and we are regular customers but I am afraid that we will not be eating there in future.
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