The lunch menu is very reasonably priced (£20) for three courses and was very well cooked. Starters were good sized portions and set up the main course nicely. We both had the boned chicken leg with asparagus. the chicken was very cleverly boned and skinned and reformed into a block of chicken meat with a lovely salty skin. There was a lot of asparagus, maybe toomuch, and it was a little too raw for out tastes. I'm certain it was that way to preserve its delicate taste but some of it was just plain tough! I fell a better balance plate of food would have been less asparagus, slightly less chicken ( although it was excellent) and some starch, maybe some dauphanouise potatoes.
Deserts were superb, maybe the best element of the meal.
A great idea is selling matched wines in sall quantities so that spread out over the meal it came to about a whole glass. This lets drivers sample some lovely with more or less a clear concious. Why don't more out of town restaurants do this? It is inspired.
Overall and excellent lunch, in relaxing surroundings and served by friendly, helpful staff. And at twenty quid, plus drinks, a steal.
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