Gone are the nice white table cloths and tables by the window. The new decor looks more like a JD weatherspoons. We had booked and were told on arrival that we would need to wait for 40 to 50 minutes for food as they were too busy with afternoon tea. After sitting in the bar area we were shown to a table minus the white table clothes from before at the back of the restaurant not the window we had asked for. We mentioned the taste card to be told it wasn't accepted, despite it saying it is on the taste website and had mentioned it on booking. We asked and was again told no. There also wasn't many others there or having afternoon tea.
Some gruby menus were presented and a long and protracted clunky service commenced with some of the dishes arriving together.
The food was reasonable although nothing to write home about. We had desserts which also didn't arrive together choosen from equally grubby menus before settling the £200 bill at full price.
Won't be rushing back.