We visited Miller & Carter Wheathampstead (aka The Bull) for lunch on a hot Saturday; most of the restaurant was empty. We decided to set inside with a table overlooking the river Lea (there looked to be extensive seating outside for eating / drinking).The River Lea (named after its source at Leagrave, near Luton) eventually becomes the River Lee which runs through the Olympic park before entering the Thames as Bow Creek.
The steaks were good and the side order of vegetable were cooked perfectly. The chips had been made from unpeeled potatoes.
Deserts were a slight let down. Cups for tea / coffee were dirty and the advertised little cake with hot drinks did not materialise.
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