Friday 28 October, 2011 by jean
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Haven’t tried this place yet, but it’s on my to-do list. After reading your description, it’s been bumped up the list
Myself and boyf enjoyed a boozy brunch here before xmas – I had a cheese & ham rarebit dish, which despite their forgetting my accompanying fries, was oozing creamy tatsiness and packed with chuncks of proper ham- Himself had the truckers grill which was a ridiculous array of meats including juicy garlic dinner sausage (as opposed to the smaller breakfast kind), liver, steak, chop and a few other things i cant remember at this stage… (I blame the excellent bloody marys for this) All in all the food was seriously delicious – service relaxed and good value for money (until we racked it up a notch with the aforementioned bloody marys and champagne cocktails but it was xmas .. thats my excuse anyway) – All in all – excellent and highly recommended for brunch anyway
Had a gorgeous dinner here last night with friends. We got the 2 course early bird and it was brilliant value. I had puy lentil, feta and artichoke salad, really nice if a little under-seasoned/dressed, and a Duck Cottage Pie which was fantastic!! If you’re going soon, have it, so so tasty. Was a little disappointed that the restaurant was empty the entire time we were there, hope it’s not a bad sign because I definitely want to go back.