6 of us ate here one sunny evening. Waiter was very friendly and was sure to pass on to the kitchen that one of our group had a nut allergy. Service was pretty slow but apparently there was a big group inside. Onion rings were...More
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Come out for my dads birthday with the family arrived at 6pm. Booked the table in advance. Service was very good very polite and helpful. Ordered a variety of dishes and they were all fantastic the T-bone steak was gorgeous. The chicken supreme was very...More
This unusually named restaurant is in a former schoolhouse built in 1573, and now in the middle of a shopping mall. It serves high-grade English food, steaks, grills, etc. Prices are reasonable for the level of cooking which is excellent. There are reasonable priced, and...More
Have been here a few times with different friends now-and each time the food is delicious and service is great. I usually have coriander and lime chicken-beautifully cooked and the fat chips are delicious. The young waiting staff are efficient and polite too. Reasonable prices...More
Beautiful building with lots of historical character and some interesting relevant displays about the school on the walls. We found the staff very friendly and efficient and the food delicious. Prawn bruschetta (4 prawns) starter, Gammon medallions and chicken breast mains and the mixed ice...More
Called 1573 because that's the year the building was built, this is a nice restaurant, with good food and service, reasonably priced in a good setting.
Visited on a Saturday night in May for the first time. Enjoyed a fantastic 8oz fillet steak cooked (in my eyes) perfectly. The building is fantastically full of character and they haven't squeezed too many tables into the space; very much had our privacy. We...More
Not many customers Tuesday lunchtime but excellent food and service. Definitely recommend the gammon and ribs , treacle sponge and custard gorgeous and the ice cream great.