We were a little put off at first; having chosen to sit in the garden we found a few black bin bags on the lawn so we decided to come inside. The bar girl was very pleasant and welcoming but some of the kitchen staff were a little impatient in getting our order into the kitchen, as it was by then 1:45pm, and also rather abrupt with dealing with our questions. But we stuck to it and eventually reaped the benefits. The Sunday roasts were terrific with Yorkshire puds with everything, including rather bizarrely, the salmon. Everything came out hot with a wide variety of vegetables which were plentiful and cooked to perfection. The homemade puddings were also very well-liked by those who had some room left. After we had finished our meal it was explained to us that they had had a large function in the garden the night before and had been working till 3am, hence the black bin bags and the slightly irritable tones when we were ordering. They were obviously shattered and all was forgiven. It was rather a nice sight to see all the staff finally sitting down to a late Sunday lunch themselves as we left. All in all, a very enjoyable family Sunday lunch.
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