I came to Lanes with my family for a father's day lunch and was very impressed. For the quality of the food and service I would have expected it to be much more expensive. Don't let the rather dated signage and website put you off,...More
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Situated in an alley just off the main street this restaurant is an innovative conversion of an old chapel. The seating is comfortable and intimate although the restaurant was quiet. The fish gratin starter was excellent and preceded by a variety of different breads. Also...More
Situated in a old Chapel, lots of charm, unfussy, reasonably priced. Avocado mousse cheese cake to start was amazing, so too was the twist on Coronation chicken but using Crab. Lamb rack superbly cooked, Halibut with a crumb crust and ratatouille style veg delicious. Trio...More
This was a real treat. Great ambience, exceptionally good food, not only scrummy but beautilly presented. The waitress was attentive and efficient.
Just returned from an absolutely delicious lunch at Lanes, a joint birthday treat from my brother to me and my husband. The ambience is great, service attentive and welcoming. The food from the lunch menu was excellent and a good choice. What more can you...More
Being a little off the high street the restaurant is down a rather unassuming lane so can be easily missed. But it's worth finding as it is consistently a great restaurant. Inside is bright and quirky with tables over 2 floors and a mezzanine. The...More
Visited for a celebration dinner on a Friday evening and we were delighted. A modest restaurant on the surface serving really high quality food. Loved the ambiance and the restaurant is brilliantly laid out on many levels so there is a feeling of space but...More
The Staff were very attentive, however our seating at our small table was not very comfortable, lighting too bright, no candles, lacking in atmosphere, food disappointing, very expensive for what is on offer as there is much competition in the area.