We signed up for a Sunday lunch - granny, children and grandchildren. Sunday lunch was quite basic with just three choices of each course, and this suited me as choices were much more quickly made. The price was was very reasonable and the portions enormous. Generally, we all agreed that the food was adequate, but could have had a bit more finesse. The vegetables, although a good selection, were overcooked, and the beef that I had was cut in slabs rather than slices. But it was all very tasty. What made it for me was the ambience. They have made a great effort with their refurbishment and it had a nice atmosphere, very welcoming and with an expert pianist playing a wide selection of music. The Maitre d'Hotel made every effort to please and accommodated our token vegetarian despite there not being any provision officially made. The evening menu appears to be much more extensive. We might try it at a future date.
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