Called in here for a drink and to watch Andy Murray 's tennis match. Another couple had the special of two sirloin steaks and a bottle of red wine for £32 so decided to give it a try. Served with chips and salad, the steak...More
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This has a quirky menu. It is half indian and half italian. Three of us had indian and the fourth had pasta. The lamb korma was very good but the chicken tikka masala was sensational. We were really pleased with the value.
Good serving sizes, this is basically bar meals so you get what you pay for. We had two meals here and they were both good and plentiful. Prices were not too bad either.
Spent my New Year's eve in this restaurant and loved the ambiance and the food served. had a couple of drinks and really enjoyed a private New Year's eve dinner with my cousin and family.
Evening meal for four. The starters were swimming in oil and three of the main courses were also smothered in oil, one so much! it was sent back. Not a nice experiance
Dined in the Italian restaurant of the hotel and it was pretty good.Nice decor,friendly waitress.I ordered the deep fried mushrooms as a starter and the portion was good but the mushrooms could of been fried a bit more,firm in the middle.Pint of lager was fine...More
Visiting on New Years Eve we weren't sure if we'd get a table but fancied a pizza so in we went. We were one of just two couples in the section of the restaurant we were in! The waiting staff were friendly and helpful. The...More
Went for Christmas dinner in a group of 9. A very bland average non festive soup to start The main course came with no vegtables except a plate full of peppers??? some plates had carrots some never and the general standard was very poor.Then got...More
As part of a coach trip I eat in here I was not disappointed Food was freshly cooked Staff were helpful polite Only complaint I had was £2 can of juice. Portion size good Children were welcome here. .
Full Scottish breakfast. Cooked very nicely and piping hot. They offered different ways of cooking for the eggs which is always welcome