This place is excellent. The best beer battered haddock we have ever tasted! Lovely staff also. Will definitely return.
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Dropped in here while travelling to airport and on a short time slot.
Pleasant decor, bright and well lit. (I guess the cleaners curse the designer for the numerous ornaments that must demand lots of effort in maintenance.)
Good fish and chips for all of us, served quickly by staff. Tartare sauce was rather bland but fish was well cooked and freshly prepared.
En route again in advance of schedule.
Since my last visit the place has had a refurb, don't think it needed it s it was nice before. The new décor is really nice too. Romantic restaurant with tall candles on the tables. The tales are well spaced out which I like. Nothing worse than a restaurant filling every inch of floor space with tables. The service was spot on, just the right length between each course. The staff were all very attentive and friendly. The food is exactly what I like, good quality food, cooked and presented well. We had four courses, coffee, a cola and two cocktails and on the night were less than £3 thanks to a deal voucher. Will be back soon!
We try to visit the House restaurant for special occasions having been married here in Nov'08. This time it was a special birthday and had received a voucher for a four course meal. We had pre meal champagne cocktail, starter, main and dessert along with a pre-dessert sorbet and tea / coffee. Great choices and no despite not being the main A La Carte menu, there was no drop in standards and the food and choices excellent which is always backed up by brilliant service from everyone.
We ate dinner here. Booked at the last minute. Food excellent - choice of hearty dishes served with some elegance. Home made steak pie was gorgeous and the sticky toffee pudding to finish. Good sized portions. Staff very attentive and friendly.