The serving staff were attentive, and the dining area is good - not too cluttered / packed with tables, so you get a bit of space.
The food is all well cooked, but I was disappointed by the range and quality of it. I had
Paprika, Lime and Coriander Half Chicken. The dish was overpowered by a sweet barbecue sauce, with the chips and coleslaw coming in fashionable (but completely unnecessary) additional containers on the same plate.
I felt the desserts and starters were quite expensive for where the hotel appears to want to pitch itself (which seems to be a gastro pub with American influences).
Overall, not really for me.
I have also previously stayed here on business. The breakfast is good. The rooms are functional, although the plumbing can make a lot of noise in some. The hotel is showing its age a little - it is a bit tired.
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