I was really impressed with the set menu we ate on the night (a vegetarian version was available). The food was far more inventive than I was expecting and was cooked and presented with real flair. Don't be fooled, as I was, by the daytime café fully of buggies, this was a real restaurant experience.
|Pea arancini, quail & cod scotch egg, golden beetroot|
|Home made bread|
|Lobster & cod, kohlrabi and potato glass|
|Venison two ways with salt baked celeriac|
The star of the evening was undoubtedly the "Snowman" dessert, cutest dish you'll see this festive season. The head of the snowman was made from pistachio ice cream and the body was a blood orange curd covered in white chocolate and biscuit, all dusted in meringue snow. The perfect end to the meal.
At £42 (plus drinks) for the set menu I thought it as excellent value for the four courses that we had. The service was friendly and knowledgable too.