A dozen friends from our distant-past schooldays met up for a Sunday meal here.
The building, the decor, the setting are all stunning and well worth a visit.
There was only an a la carte menu available which offered very expensive options. They did source their food locally which might explain why there was no salad on offer in any of the courses. The presentation was superb and the food cooked to perfection (if you like your Yorkshire Puddings large and crispy) though the portion sizes were on the meagre side for the prices charged (e.g. just two thin slices of the Roast Lamb)
The staff were friendly and willing, though not always very capable - e.g. tried to give us someone else's bill.
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