Whilst on holiday in York (17th - 24th May 2014), we had booked an evening meal, followed by theatre. Theatre was excellent, however the meal before at the Treasurers House was very poor. When we booked on the phone before the holiday, the menu was a choice of 'Summer Chicken Casserole' or a Ravioli dish, followed by Caramel and Apple Tart, or a Fruit Meringue. I asked if I could have ice cream as I didn't like either of the dessert choices, but was told it was not possible as they do not hold a stock of ice cream. On the day the Chicken casserole turned out to be no more than a bowl of very watery soup, with a few (very few) chopped vegetables, and a few pieces of chicken. With it was a piece of bread and a plate of 'Green Leaves'. The Caramel and Apple Tart was served with ICE CREAM, which I was told was not available. The cost of this meal was £18.00 each. Extremely disappointing. I did complain to the Treasurers House, who said they were sorry, and someone would probably call me back, this never happened. So when we got home I sent an email to the National Trust, who did not bother to reply. Never Again - beware!
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