This time was just afternoon tea, so not so much to comment on and because of time of day ambience wasn't great.
While the sandwiches etc were fresh and tasty, I feel there's some sharp practice going on with the 'free' prosecco, or bottle for £10 stated on Voucher.
We thought we could taste the fizz, and if we liked it ( dry is our preference) we'd buy a bottle. In fact, a fresh bottle was brought to us, 2 glasses poured and remainder (a little over half the bottle) cost a tenner!
I very much doubt it was the one prosecco listed on drinks menu (extra dry) costing £25 a bottle.
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Marie McManus - 25/02/2018