My wife and I took a couple of friends to Oxley's Bistro for Sunday lunch, and what a wonderful lunch we had. My starter of goats cheese, sun blushed tomato and asparagas salad was a lovely opener, while our friends soon polished off their spiced duck and prune terrine with fruit chutney. Two of us moved on to the roast rib eye of lakeland beef with yorkshire pudding and horse raddish sauce. They described their beef as one of the best tasting meals they've had in a long while. The baked fillet of salmon with prawn and chervil butter was delicious. All the vegetables were fresh and local. The meal was washed down with a lovely Tasmanian red wine with a beautiful colour and a wonderful taste. Only one of our party said they could manage a sweet, but when the key lime pie came there was a lot of sharing going on. And, what value, two courses at £12.95, three courses for £15.95. The service was excellent and very friendly. I enjoyed my meal at Oxley's so much I intend to return in a few days time.
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