The start and end of a 5 mile Sunday walk was this historic countryside location.
We were greeted enthusiastically and offered a window seat with wide reaching views.
Drinks were slow to arrive but starters followed closely after. Mine was smoked, cured salmon, others had black pudding scotch eggs. All good. Mains were roasts, all diners happy. My locally farmed Aberdeen Angus topside was melt in your mouth. The mains were fully plated up which left no choice, and the full selection of vegetables wasn't to everyones taste.
Deserts were epic. My plum crumble hot sweet and well balanced with blueberry ice cream. We all left well satisfied. Minor issues prevent me from giving a 5 star review. My main was warm rather than hot, (one companion similar). Atmosphere was a bit lacking
and service wasn't slick, though friendly enough. Well worth a return visit though, and at £21 per head for 3 courses, reasonable value.
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