What a lovely building and restaurant with a harpist playing. Unfortunately that are all the good points. We booked with 5pm expecting a varied menu and were told that the only menu available was the Mother's Day menu which was a carvery. You would expect more from a Nick Nairn restaurant than having to queue up for your main course. The food was nice but not a great deal of choice as it was just a roast dinner consisting of meat, roasted potatoes, yorkshires and just carrots and green beans. There was also pasta bizarrely. We were overlooked for bread rolls and the jug of water we requested and our soft drinks from the bar took about half an hour. Would certainly not be in a rush to return.
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tracey Bentley - 07/03/2016