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1. Rob Smith on Wednesday, August 19, 2009
We had a table for four on Saturday evening. The welcome was warm and we were promptly shown to our table. There was a comfortable, casual dining atmosphere and the staff quickly asked for drinks orders and supplied the menu and wine list. The service was very good with our needs met, but never intrusive. The starters my companions had were by all accounts good although my apple, cider and bacon salad was really a mass of confusing flavours and I think it would be better if the ingredients were not massed together into one confusing mass. The main courses were well presented and of high quality although why serve croquette potatoes with rib eye steak? The vegetable style of service, in a bowl, was disappointing and I would have expected a plated meal with the potato and vegetables complementing the meat as you tend to get in more upmarket restaurants nowadays. My pannacotta for dessert was just right and an enjoyable conclusion to the meal. The Macon Village at £20 a bottle was excellent, if you like white Burgundy, I would highly recommend it. Overall a good dining experience and we will return.
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