My wife and I and two of our grandchildren had dinner here on a Saturday evening and what a great meal we had.
The restaurant was very full but service was personal and attentive. We had some excellent scallops and carpaccio of beef to start followed by Turbot and rib eye steak. The chef Paul Hegley excelled himself particularly with the main courses which had great flavour. The Turbot was served with seasonal vegetables cooked in a light broth that tasted superb. The beurre blanc sauce complemented this dish very well. The steaks came with bearnaise sauce and vegetables and again the flavour was outstanding. One of our grandchildren had chicken and unusually for children’s menus you could taste a really good flavour of chicken.
We were too full to have desserts except for the children who had sorbets. There is a good wine list with bottles starting at £28. Overall this is a kitchen that uses good quality ingredients, cooked to perfection that make the dining experience such a pleasure. We would recommend dining here if you are in the locality.
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