Overall rating – 4.5/5
Really special setting to enjoy dinner and/or drinks for families, friends and couples alike. Food is very good, and there are lots of cocktails and different beers to choose from.
££ = £100 for 3 people; 3 starters, 3 mains, 2 desserts, 4 pints.
We had a very enjoyable Sunday Dinner at this venue! The sun was shining and we were starving. The Boundary House has a fantastic large beer garden that is perfect for this time of year, in which they have an outdoor pizza oven! (unfortunately this wasn’t on for Sunday afternoon).
Inside, the venue is very light, open and inviting. We reserved a booth from which we had a great view of the beer garden.
There was a number of starters on offer that sounded great, we went for the Deep Fried Goats Cheese which was really tasty and came with a big salad. The portion was just right, not too large, just enough to leave space for the main! We also chose to try the fishcake which was lovely and made from scratch. The menu seems to vary from time to time, but starters cost between £5 – £10.
For the main I chose the lamb, which came with all the trimmings. Vegetables are served separately, but there was more than enough. The cauliflower and broccoli cheeses is not to be missed its sooooo creamy! And the red cabbage made with cinnamon is really good too. Everything about the Sunday dinner was tasty, the sirloin beef was also cooked very well. Roast dinners are priced at £14.50, or there are various other main dishes to choose from costing around £11 – £17.
We couldn’t say no to dessert when we spotted that Sticky Toffee Pudding was on there! Even though by now we were pretty full. The pudding came in a large portion with lots of yummy toffee cause and fresh vanilla ice cream. We forced ourselves to eat the lot! There are various puddings on offer at £6, or treat yourself to 3 scoops of assorted sorbet/ice creams at £5.
In summary we really enjoyed the food here, service a little slow at first, but faultless once we had ordered our food. This is a great place to visit for food or even just drinks in their fabulous beer garden. They also host a monthly food festival which is something I’d like to check out, so watch this space!
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