We visited The Swan as a family group (with just shy of an 80 year age spread) for lunch on Easter Saturday. To our amazement the dining room was deserted! That can sometimes be an ominous sign, but it proved not to be the case for us. (By the time we were onto our mains we were joined by other diners.)
We were made welcome and seated at a table compatible with a wheelchair, and drinks arrived promptly. I sampled the Swan bitter and found it to be very palatable. After the usual agonising over the choices, the attentive staff member took our orders and our starters arrived promptly. A few of us shared things - nachos, pork pie, others kept their calamari to themselves!
When the mains arrived, scampi was a popular choice, as well as lamb's liver, fish cake - surely a waste of good sea bass?- and pork belly. The eye-catching part of the meal were the chips - gorgeous!
After two courses there really wasn't room for a pud so we went straight to the coffee, (apart from the children).
Throughout the meal the staff made sure we had all we needed, and nothing seemed too much trouble. We'd not hesitate to go back.
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