Three of us came for Sunday lunch on the recommendation of a friend who lives locally. We had an excellent time. The dining room is very nicely appointed, I loved how they have used engineering tools and components to emphasise the industrial history of the building. The bathroom was exceptionally clean, very nice to see. Between us we had the roast beef, the pork and the nut roast. The food was very good and very plentiful with 7 varieties of perfectly cooked vegetables to supplement the well cooked meat. The beef was medium rare, the pork had lovely crackling and my friend raved about the nut roast and he is not a vegetarian. We all had desserts, I had the special - a lemon tart with a berry sorbet, an excellent dish (see photo), the apple crumble was beautifully done, not too sweet, just how it should be. The trifle was ok, a poor choice on our part. The service levels were the best we have come across in the peaks. The staff have obviously been well trained. We had two large glasses of wine and with a tip the meal came to £30 a head, excellent value for what has been the best Sunday lunch we have had so far in our exploration of the watering holes of the peaks. We will certainly return.
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