As well as dinner in October, we lunched here in August. After both occasions we asked ourselves why we ever go anywhere else to eat in this area. As always the food was excellent (less pretentious and more enjoyable than The Crown at Whitebrook) and the service equally good. This time we had the Sunday night supper, amazing value at £20 and plenty of choice. The bar area is wonderfully comfortable too. Our only criticism is that sometimes the restaurant lacks ambiance but that is a very minor quibble which has never deterred us.
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