review of this restaurant is as per hotel comments, great place to sit relax and eat! very inexpensive.
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We stayed in forest hills for the night celebrating our wedding anniversary. We nearly didn't try the restaurant due to review saying it was just fine not great. We would say it was great and would well recommend eating in this restaurant. The staff found...More
Visited Saturday 19.11.2016. Decided to have the soup to start followed by the steak (medium).The soup and steak were very good, but i was a bit disappointed with the size of my portion of my ice cream. All the dishes were served by young but...More
great views over the Mersey where we saw the Red Arrows practising, with a good selection of food for both adults and children. If you are staying in the hotel, its well worth staying local
We went here for a family 80th meal, lovely setting, large airy dinning room overlooking the estuary. Service was excellent, food came out promptly and was all presented perfectly and cooked to perfection, the waiting staff were brilliant, the day couldn't have gone any better....More
the food was ok I had a goats cheese starter, asparagus risotto main my daughter had pasta and garlic bread. All was fine - no issues - not great - just fine, we had a lovely experiece however due to the helpfulness of the staff...More
plenty of facilities staff very friendly and helpful been several times for their excellent gourmet evenings only thing didn't like was having to pay £3 a hour for snooker table
Party of 25, great choice of menu, good service and quite a relaxed atmosphere, if a little cramped for space , but all in all would recommend ,good value and variety!!
we had a lovely stay over in this hotel for a wedding reception , the we had our sons birthday party there the day after , everything went well and we had a great time , young and elderly all enjoyed the weekend .
This is the 2nd year that we have been for Christmas Day lunch. Although the starter, desserts and coffees are served at the table, the main course is a carvery. However this is sensitively organised so that you are not stood in a long queue...More