The decor is what you would expect of an old gentleman's club - dark wood, brass fixtures, oversized chairs & fireplace. A great place for a pint or two while watching the game above the roaring fireplace.
It was not busy the night we were there but that was undoubtedly due to the poor road conditions and ice storm - the town had hunkered down for the storm. Our waiter was very pleasant and provided wonderful service.
The food was average. The steak was served on a large plate with a scattering for French fries - no greens, salad or adornment of any kind. And while it was ordered a medium well it was definitely medium rare. The other meals were likewise good but not outstanding.
The hotel does have more upscale restaurants to dine in however they are extremely pricey. And they do serve a wonderful High Tea during the daytime. So if you want a casual meal in an old English setting this is your place.
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