Keith is a charming and courteous as ever. It was our sixth visit here since they took over and in respect for the 80-mile journey, we stayed nearby overnight. The restaurant was quiet for a Friday evening, only eight folk who arrived in three distinct phases, so no big surge. Our food was a delight. I had grouse followed by a lovely coconut Thai soup and then unctuous lamb before I finished off with a choccy delight. The amuse bouche of tomato consomme and palate cleanser of rhubarb smoothy were a total WOW! However, we found the service glacially slow; it took three hours exactly to have the four courses and took the edge of a totally delicious meal.
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