We visited on Mother's Day on an offer. Can't remember exact prices but was very good value and mums received chocs and flowers.
We were a group of 7 inc one 1 year old, one 3 year old, one 10 year old and four adults.
We were first to arrive for a 12pm dinner. We were greeted well and shown to table and order taken all fine.
The place was Baltic!!! Kids were very cold.
The menu said children's choices available and when we asked it is just smaller portions of main menu. This would be fine but how many tots do you get eating dauphinoise potatoes or chicken with rich sauce, or salmon. The other choices apart from roast were all very grown up choices which don't get me wrong were delicious but suitable for young palettes. And this showed with wastage from kids. And one of the meals the veg was pretty much raw, this coming from someone who likes al dente this was too raw.
Deserts all went down very well can't fault it.
Atmosphere was just a bit dead really unfortunately. I appreciate it was a Sunday but it all seemed a bit unorganised and vague.
It's really not far off the mark, just needs a little adjusting.
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