This restaurant, which is sited in one of the less 'sophisticated' areas of The Potteries, is a shining example of what can be achieved when attention to detail is applied.
Advertising itself as a Traditional English Restaurant it provides a good range of finely cooked food, served in a pleasant environment and you are waited on by courteous well-trained staff.
If you plan to go I would recommend booking a table. We were there on a Thursday evening and the place was full at 7.30. The tables are not huge but the meals are ample (ample being the description by a man with a big appetite, whereas everyone else in the family thought the meals were huge). The result was a slightly chaotic appearance on the table, consisting of main courses, sides and drinks. However, this is less of a criticism rather more an example of the sizes of the portions. Although the restaurant was full, the tables were adequately spaced so that it did not appear to be overcrowded.
The food was excellently prepared and presented. If you check out the Baby Russets website you will get a flavour of what is on offer and you can add to these a number of 'specials'.
Our main courses of lamb shank, belly pork, sea bass and duck were all delicious and there were no complaints from a bunch of fussy eaters. The desserts were predictable in type but nonetheless were tasty and substantial.
Give this place a go, I'm sure you will not be disappointed.
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