What a rip-off! They had the cheek to charge £10 for a few craft stalls of low quality/high price and a few lights threaded thro the trees at the entrance. There was no atmosphere in the house despite the feeble attempt at making it feel like an Edwardian Christmas with mulled wine in plastic beakers. The restaurant serves lousy tea and coffee. We have to ask for extra teabags in the pot each time we visit. When oh when will they raise the quality of their products. We've been 'friends' for the past 10 years but this is the worst. We complained about the Grow Cook Eat but the staff really don't want feed back even though they say they welcome it. This may well be the last time we'll join as 'friends' unless events and the restaurant improves considerably. Loyalty can only stretch so far.
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