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Review by Warrington on 3rd August, 2010

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Understood the 'candlelit Dinner' menu changes every month - but for months now it has been almost identical. Fine for non regulars but tiresome for the rest. Apart from this - the atmosphere is good and the staff are very attentive.

Date visited: August 2010

Review by kenneth green on 9th March, 2008

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it was our 39th wedding aniversary we booked well in advance and was a nice surpise for my wife, we arrived on time and most of the tables were empty the staff were friendly and polite but thats where it ended:we were put in a corner and struggled to get in and out,no room on the table,a soup of the day was ordered for my wife and was full of small bones,having had our meal we asked for the sweet board and that was it i was looking forward to some crumble but 15mins later just as we decided not to bother the waitress turned up so we had a sweet and asked for two coffee's at the same time,we ate the sweet but no coffee as we decidede not to bother again the coffee came, luke warm,all-in-all we got up to leave twice, half the tables were still empty and the staff were just chatting,we decided to leave but on leaving i put my wallet on the counter to pay my bill and the assistant knocked it on the floor,its our 40th anniversary next year but i wont be going to grants.

Date visited: 8th march 08

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