The wonderful room is the best feature of this setting, with the relaxing live music adding tot he atmosphere. We had let them know when we booked that we were vegetarian.
Very pleasant large open room
Live relaxing music
Great scones and jam
Good champagne - the menu said it was Moet, but as this was served incorrectly by just bringing a glass we can't confirm this.
Lovely range of good teas - mostly well served.
We had a pleasant waiter
We were given vegetarian sandwiches.
Offered free second helpings of tea and sandwiches.
The sandwiches were rather plain - one was cheddar cheese and branston pickle. Some of the bread had seen better days. Another was scrambled egg.
A bit of a wait to be seated.
The cakes we were given were not vegetarian. We got a weak apology along the lines of most vegetarians don't bother about gelatine, and another cake which seemed to have been hurriedly defrosted.
The rails along the bottom of the tables make it difficult to sit comfortably, especially on the sofas.
The chairs were better, but looked distinctly worn on the arms and ready for a refurb.
One tea, osmanthus flower, was served incorrectly in a metal pot and when I objected was told he didn't think there were any glass ones available. He did find one however.
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