We have been to the witchez several times and it has never disappointed. The food here really does need to be sampled. It’s small though so booking is essential. Normally small and intimate is lovely but on this occasion our (very rare) evening out was spoilt by another table who simply didn’t seems to recognise that this degree of proximity to others may require a little sound check. As a result I am now fully conversant with the fact that one guy in particular spent time on a train with Adrian Chiles, what he drinks, the necessity (or otherwise) or a driving licence in big cities (apparently it shows a small mentality and that you never plan to leave) the fact that a friend / colleague (not sure which but he called him Richard) has a drinking problem that everyone knows about apart from him, where he is going to a wedding this coming year (Woburn) and that he uses the metaphor of reading a cricket article when he wants a poo (I kid you not). This last point was in the midst of a very loud conversation with his friends about poo in general, more specifically the use of toilet brushes after the event. I know he uses tripadvisor too (he mentioned that to one of the Witchez - maybe he thought she cared or maybe that she would give him extra raspberry ice cream with his plum pudding (yes we heard all about that too)) so IF you read this thanks for spoiling our night. You know who you are, Richards mate, you know, Richard? With the drinking problem he doesn’t know he has? That’s him!! It was literally impossible to have a conversation so we just sat and stared at each other for the duration.
But like I said. Lovely food! I had the little hooves not once but twice, main and pudding. Highly recommended.