I have lived round the corner from the Curfew for 30 years, but somehow never made it inside.
Last sunday, having read that a star chef had taken over the place, I dropped in around 15:00 for what I hoped would be a leisurely Sunday lunch - and I was not disappointed. You can eat in the bar, or in the restaurant room upstairs - I ate in the bar, where there is a fire. My meal was accompanied by two pints of my favourite, Waddie's 6X.
It doesn't compete on price - no £8 meal here for the works here, but it does compete on excellence: I had the roast beef for £14, came with amazing roasties, plus parsnips and 3 other veg, all deliciously prepared.
Sweet for me (god knows how I fitted it in) was pumpkin cheesecake, absolutely yumtumptious - and I don't like pumpkin.
I have given 5* for value, because of the excellence of what you get for the price - my only slight crisitcism is that I like ice cream after such a main course, and none was available.
Apparently they do a pie-and-a-pint night on Thursdays, I think I may have to call in this Thursday......
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