Food was fantastic, ambiance lovely (it's a grade 1 listed building), the new extension is a surprising addition and a stark contrast to the old building. Pricey, but worth it as a treat.
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A lovely restaurant. Old, traditional 16th century building, with a tastefully modern extension and beautiful views. We had the best curry that we have had in a long, long time. The desert, and coffee was well presented and very tasty. We would definitely visit again.
Spend a great Friday evening here this week. The place was very busy and the service, drinks and food were very good which is seen from how many people where there. The only quirk was that one of the group wanted to order a potion...More
Just returned from a superb Sunday lunch. Plentiful, beautifully cooked, absolutely delicious. Cannot recommend enough.
Over thirty Waldron WI enjoyed a wonderful afternoon tea at The Middle House. The food was excellent, the service exemplary the venue a treat. Nick coped with numerous number changes with professionalism and kindness. They were also able to offer non dairy food for two...More
Great food, great service, good choice of wine and all at a reasonable cost. We are looking forward to the extension in the restaurant being completed which will be a superb addition. Parking in their car park or in the road so easy access Well...More
Checked out reviews on here whilst driving by seeking somewhere to eat. Came up trumps, seemingly, so stopped and found ourselves sitting in the pub garden. After witnessing a bevy of delicious choices pass by, we were increasingly looking forward to our own traditional pub...More
I have visited this pub at few times with family and friends. But I booked a table for me and my boyfriend last night for a meal we both fancied going somewhere for a nice roast dinner. All the staff members are lovely and always...More
After a busy day of decorating at home, we couldn't be bothered cooking. I have driven through Mayfield a few times and I wanted to show my husband what a gorgeous village it was. I called ahead to book a table. It was a Bank...More