On arrival there were two tables in use approx. 18.00 , none had reserved signs on them, advised we had only a choice of two tables in the whole of this empty restaurants, both were small and in the worst spot of the restaurant, anyway chose one of them, asked why we couldn't sit on other tables as the two other tables in use were being occupied also by a couple.
Advised likely to get busy and alt was to return at around 8pm and could chose our table them, very odd, as only couples arrived and everyone was couple was sat on a table table for four, but not us.
had dinner , food was ok , a bit overcooked, esp the fillet steak, the pate was nice but dry , poss dehydrated due to using brandy as a alcohol Advised waitress who just said "sorry ".???.
Probably one of the better restaurants in Bourton as most are below standard , but overall for the Cotswold its pretty average.
the area is to over populated for tourists so standards IMO are a bit slacking in most places as its often one off trade. And they don't need to work for repeat custom.
My advise would be perhaps leave the village and go somewhere that is a bit more customer focussed .
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