We were visiting Pollok House and park for the first time and decided to try the restaurant for a light lunch. The soup of the day (sweet potato) was good and the portion was large. It was served with two large slices of sundried tomato bread that was delicious. Unfortunately were weren't particularly hungry because there were lots of things on the menu that I would have liked to try. Dining in the old kitchen is a lovely experience and the service was very good.
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