OCTOBER - APRIL
Dinner is served at 6pm
MAY - SEPTEMBER
Dinner is seved at 7pm
'For my sake guys, sit down and stop complaining about the service.
I'm sure they're doing their best in the kitchen. Can't you be a little more peaceful like Mary here -
and Peter, stop moaning about your wine being half empty when it is half full -
and Mark, stop kicking me under the table... Luke - stop that, it's dirty and Judas,
you seem a bit flush with money today, - have you had a win on the lottery ? '
Voice from off the side - ' Okay everyone, dinners up, - Who ordered the pork chops ?'
Serious point - There are no drinking vessels on the table - no jugs of water or wine, nothing to drink from.
SPECIAL OF THE DAY
good old home cooking and plenty of it
no tiny portions
and often - more if you want
all sat together at one table sharing a laugh
and for many, this is the highlight of the day
We charge a £2.50 Corkage Charge if you bring your own wine in to drink.
This covers us providing glasses, ice and washing your glasses afterwards.
Special of the Day - £15.00 and this includes a main course, desert & ground coffee
and a FREE GLASS OF WINE
an example could be any one of the items below
Grilled Pork Chops. Peppered Mashed Potatoes. Fresh veg. Pepper Sauce
Cheesecake & Ice Cream
Turkey Breast Stir Fry with Chinese Noodles and Mixed Veg in Black Bean Sauce
Chocolate Gateaux & Cream
Gammon Steak served with Bubble and Squeek and cheese sauce
THIS IS A VERY POPULAR ONE
Crumble and custard
Chicken Kiev - Mashed Potatoes - Sauteed Cabbage & Carrots - Mushroom Sauce
Chicken Curry and Basmatti Rice
Apple Pie and custard
See the Specials Board in the Dining Room or just ask
Vegetarian meals are available at no extra cost as long as you have informed us 4 days prior to arrival
If no notice has been offered, a service charge may be added.
VEGAN / GLUTEN FREE MEALS - Require a minimum of 4 days advance notice and a £25 a day charge added to a Bed and Breakfast with Evening Meal tariff. ( We have to shop and cater especially and vegan / gluten free food stuff is vastly overpriced and beyond our normal budget. )
I am also aware that a great many people are on ' fad diets ' as it is the popular thing to do and it has little to do with health or necessity. This is not to deminish from those whose health is seriously affected by certain food groups - as the vast majority of people whose diet is strictly limited for health reasons will either bring their own breakfast cereals / breads etc. ( as no venue has this kind of stuff in stock ) and will allow plenty of warning and appreciation as to why we charge extra for this. No apologies - as I myself have to be wary of what I can and cannot eat so am totally sympathetic, and the rest is up to you.