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Written on: 09/12/2010
Had 3 course and a pint of local bitter for under £20!!! Can't beat that eh!… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/02/2010
Fantastic service, Very friendly staff, Quality of fodd first class, If wou want good britsh locally produced food this the place for you, Would recomend to anybody.
Visit a coulple of times a year my 7 year old loves the choice of hot fresh vegetables.
Looking forward to my next visit the gorgeous lamb chop with deliciour red wine sauce yum love it… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2009
Best to eat at 7pm once you have cleaned you selfs down after a hard fell walk. I like the soup, followed by the steak which comes with new spuds and veg and then end with the lemon pud if I dont have room sometimes go for the cheese. All for less than 16 punds per head! Service is great and usually wander around the village for a couple of traditional ales afterwards… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/04/2009 by deadwrong (1 review written)
We ended up eating at ambles brasserie as it was pretty much the only place with tables available on Easter Saturday (more fool us for not making reservations). The menu was pretty average but the ominous 'vegetarian dish of the day' listed as the only veggie option on the menu did not bode well.
i had the pate to start which only had the slightest hint of liver in it masked with a generous helping of herbs. my main was the 'double chop' of lamb which had more fat and bone than meat. the… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/03/2009 by philippa9836 (1 review written)
This restaurant is in a time warp, 80's cuisine at it's worst! Prawn cocktail served in a wine glass! I felt that the pate was gritty and mainly tasted of garlic and little else. Barbara Streisand playing in the background. Steak was served with a massive lump of garlic butter presumably to give it some flavour as it was a poor piece of meat. When it came to the cheese and biscuits you could either have cheddar or stilton, not a selection and served with a small piece of sliced apple. It was… Read Full Review
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