Were resident at the Slebech Hotel and this is their restaurant (where breakfast is served which was also exceptional) and eat here two evenings. As other reviewers have mentioned it is quite remote, about 2km or so off the A40 on a private estate, but well worth seeking out.
The remote setting gives the small restaurant an intimate feel, made more so with the real fire and simple surrounds. (In summer no doubt the doors are opened and the terrace used) The renovation means no fussy furnishing, referencing the previous function as the cart house, but this adds to the charm of the place.
The table de hote is £25 and excellent value. The lamb chops (cooked pink) were divine and fell from the bone; fabulous crayfish and prawn fritters to start; beautifully presented desserts with lovely icecream.
The service was excellent. Both evenings were quite a treat.
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