My wife booked The Dining Room, to be honest I've not noticed it before. Looks unassuming from the outside, but once in, it's still unassuming. Went on a Wednesday in the middle of November, we were the only diners, which was great!
Great service, excellent well presented delicious food. All the food was locally produced, the chef produced some complimentary tasters while we were waiting, all the food was expertly cooked fresh to order, so don't expect chain pub microwave speed.
We ordered different dishes but between us, had the spicy parsnip soup, autumn platter, steak tournedos, sea bass, with accompanying seasonal vegetables all cooked to perfection. Finished the meal with a cheese board ( you have a choice of ten different local cheeses) and a tawny port.
The waitress described each dish in detail, was extremely efficient and friendly and was a very good communicator, so it's either a different person from an earlier review or she's had some training since.
Apparently gets very busy from Thursday onwards,especially Sunday lunch, avoid the human swarm, think out of the box, go on a Wednesday if you can ( in the middle of the month) for an excellent dining experience. Highly recommended.
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