We're not, like, Scrooges or anything, but the food scene around Christmas time is decidedly "whevs dude". It's all about food at home and the traditions we love to loathe, from over-cooked beef ("because turkey is ALWAYS dry") to present-opening time slots ...see the full blog and reader comments
Christmas Day Lunch Menu: 4 courses plus coffee, £35 (small portions, £25). Served 12 noon-3pm.
Popped in for lunch on saturday after visting Yew Tree Barn. We were impressed with our meals. A rich sheperds pie and Cullen Skink washed down with a pint of Loweswater. The young lady who served us was friendly and efficient. The only complaint was hand cream instead of soap in the gents which made my hands more greasy than before I went in haha! Will
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Chaophraya (pronounced Chao-phra-yaa) offers the ultimate Thai fine dining experience. Named after the Chao Phraya River, Thailand’s main waterway, diners are taken on a journey; tasting fresh ingredients, flavours and cooking methods typical of each of its unique regions. With extensive lunchtime and a la carte menus as well as signature dishes created by expert chefs, every venue in the Chaophraya group presents the perfect location for any occasion.