On a rare idyllic English summer evening we ate an equally pleasing meal. We skipped starters and I went for the whole mackerel with beetroot, roast shallots and pistachio sauce. The fish was perfectly cooked and worked well with the beetroot and pistachio sauce. My daughter had the Black Hampshire pork chop which was the most tender pork I have ever tasted. You may have guessed that we were badly behaved and swapped forks of food. No swapping required for the dessert as we both had the Amalfi lemon tart. This was sublime with melting buttery pastry and tingling lemon.
The staff were without exception, friendly and welcoming. Service excellent. We had a two hour slot to eat and wondered if we would feel rushed but this wasn't the case at all.
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