You don't usually expect to get outstanding food in a 'leisure resort' restaurant but this one proved to be very good. The restaurant looked much the same as any other large hotel restaurant and perhaps lacked the ambience to put it in the 'excellent' category but both the A la carte and the Menu of the Day were varied and, based on what we ordered, first class. The Day's Menu apparently changes each day and the Waiting staff gave good advice and were willing and able to discuss the ingredients and emphasise the choices that best reflected local and in season produce. The wine list was not over ambitious and prices reasonable. For a three course meal with wine we paid only a little over £60 for two, before service, which we felt represented very good value for money. This is part of a family run hotel, albeit a large one, and there was throughout a sense of 'really caring' that would not be found in most of the big chains.
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