I am sure some of you will relate to the experience of being in a group where the others have chosen the venue. I was sent the menu in advance and was somewhat taken aback by the prices. So I opted for the cheapest which was a soup and bangers and mash. The soup billed as Green pea and truffle didn't taste of anything in particular and Mr Parsons sausages were certainly meaty on some very liquid mashed potato. These two small dishes set me back £21. Add in a glass of wine, a beer and coffee and my bill came to over £40. The service was charming and the ambience very nice. Just my fault for being in the wrong company. I am sure there are many people richer than me who would be quite happy but for me this was poor value for money.
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