My wife and I stayed here for 10 days and whilst we ate out a number of times we had Sunday Lunch here one day, a formal dinner in the restaurant once and then both bar and restaurant dishes in the more cosy and comfortable bar on several occasions. I can honestly say that we were not disappointed in any of the numerous dishes we had. The highlights were probably the lamb with a separate lamb and kidney pudding, the Sunday lunch, the Ribeye Steak and the cheese platters but the Calypso coffee made by the bar manager was especially fantastic. We preferred the bar for food as it is more comfortable and they have real (gas) fires but you can have all the restaurant dishes there too. The wine selection is good value and the prices generally are reasonable for the setting and quality of food and service. There are a number of menus and you can pick and mix between them so it can get a little complicated.
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