The restaurant was lovely, the setting was stunning with views of the hills. The meal was delicious: mackerel to start with textures of beetroot; hogget with mint and tiny potatoes; and a dessert called ‘white chocolate’ which was a lovely fluffy white chocolate, yogurt sorbet, pistachio & olive oil sponge and raspberries. I loved the mackerel which was superb with the beetroot and it was one of the most delicious desserts I’ve had. A very nice glass of champagne was just lovely with it. This lunch was a real treat.
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