Though the downstairs is rather unprepossessing the upstairs where the restaurant appears to be is a lovely airy space, perfect for a hot Sunday lunchtime. The welcome was very genuine and the service continued to be excellent throughout. Tables are well spaced out, all in all a fabulous space. However the food wasn’t quite up to all that. The main problem was the roast, which was fine in all respects except the heat of the items on the plate. The meat was already cold by the first mouthful and so were some of the veg, by contrast some other items like the potatoes were piping hot. It’s a shame as the tastes were fine and we had good starters, including a fine charred cauliflower dish. We didn’t try desserts but had fabulous pasturepomp gin and tonics and the Columbia Valley Syrah was as good a value wine I’ve had in a restaurant for many a while. Just a shame about the temperature of the main act.
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