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Reviewed 09th March 2008 (visited 8 March 2008)
I ate here last night with my family. None of us were exactly overwhelmed. The starters were generally ok, but very small portions and the soups weren't very hot. For the main course 3 of us got the duck and none of us enjoyed it all that much, and none of us wanted to finish it. As my Mum said; "If i hadn't ordered dessert, I would've left the restaurant hungry". The desserts were very nice though. The staff were lovely and very professional - can't fault them.
Reviewed 14th February 2008 (visited 9 February 2008)
We stayed in the Knightsbrook Hotel last weekend, and the hotel and spa were fabulous, however we were a little disappointed with the restaurant. On the night it was very busy and the only time slot we could get was 9pm which is a little late for my liking,but not a problem really. Service was excellent and the restaurant itself is beautiful- high ceilings with lovely furnishings. My starter of goats cheese strudel was the highlight of the meal, it was served like a spring roll of filo pastry with goats cheese and bacon in, really tasty but could have done with a bigger portion. While having this the man at the next table was sending his steak back twice! I dont know if this had any bearing on my meal but when my sea bass came out it was luke warm.I hadn't the heart to send the manager back to the kitchen a third time! My dining companions were also a little disappointed with their fillet steaks, not hot enough and not medium rare as requested. All in all have had better for half the price!
Reviewed 13th January 2008 (visited 29 December 2007)
Lovely hotel. Great place to pop in for a drink and decent bar food. Beautiful view from the back bar, it overlooks the golf course. Hard to beat on a nice summer's evening.