I agree with the reviews that comment how dark the room is ,but as we were dining on a winters evening we would have been unable to enjoy the view anyway. The room was mainly lit by candelabra which added to the ambience. We had a Living Social deal which included a three course evening meal and full English breakfast. I was expecting the normal Living Social Menu to be dished out so was pleasantly surprised to be informed that we could choose any dish on the Set Menu . there was a surcharge for the Giant King Prawn main - but that would be expected on any set menu. The wine was reasonably priced - again a pleasant surprise and started at £18 per bottle. I chose the Duck liver parfait, which was delicious and beautifully presented and sampled my husbands soup ,again very tasty. We then both chose the pork tenderloin with swede puree - again a resounding success. Dessert was a difficult choice ,but I plumped for a chocolate creation and would almost say I had too much !! Breakfast was again very good - sausages and bacon were of good quality , a good benchmark we believe. One tip is to request your eggs before loading up your plate with field mushrooms ,tomatoes sausages ,beans and bacon. The poached eggs are particularly good.
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