This excellent restaurant closed a while back. We should have realised when the phone number didn't work. Website still up. Annoying. Drove home and ate well there!
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A little pricey for what you get, but nether-the-less still very pleasant. Best to book before you go as it does get busy.
What a fantastic experience today a wedding lunch that was so brilliant from the service to the fabulous food!!! We had the place to ourselves and felt so relaxed and the constant attention from the friendly staff was brilliant without being intrusive or rushed we...More
The Hole In The Wall is an excellent choice for a special dinner, especially if you go on a Saturday for their tasting menu. The building itself is worth the visit. The restaurant is named for the pub's original "hole in the wall", through which...More
Headed cross country for lunch last week having seen the reviews and Alex on Masterchef and was hoping for good things. Disappointed that the tasting menu was not available (but ultimately relieved). Nothing was really spot on, the food came out timely but it took...More
We returned to this lovely restaurant to celebrate a significant birthday with the kids and their partners knowing that, although on the outside it looks like a nice pub, on the inside it is indeed a very nice pub, but an even better restaurant. Due...More
I have to admit that I've been here before but never for Sunday lunch. Darling Daughter and I got a last minute table and had what was probably the best Sunday lunch ever. We ended up eating all three courses, not something we usually do...More
So glad I made the decision to come here before it closes. I thought the whole You experience from the moment you walk in the door was very relaxed. I personally liked the decour and vibe of the place. Came with partner and another couple...More
Had a lovely mid week meal here. The whole place really hits the mark. Really relaxed service with wonderful and tasty food. The offer of a cocktail to start is a lovely touch and my partner had a great negroni. The lamb we had as...More