So……an interesting one. Great atmosphere and clearly very popular as the car park can testify,Ã‚Â I parked in a very awkward place in the road, sorry other road users.Ã‚Â They knew I was a blogger but didn’t accept my offer of an interview which is fine, no big deal and shows how popular they are.Ã‚Â However they very sweetly upgraded me to a theme room, the sticky toffee pudding room which there are photos of below, great fun.
Sadly my mum couldnt eat this risotto starter/main course as it was too hard and chewy for her, it was meant to be red pepper risotto and needed another ten minutes of cooking.
My starter/main course, chicken with boiled veg put on the table.Ã‚Â This meal wasnt about the ‘appetisers’ as the MC called them so fair enough
Our new friend Yoshi bringing in one of the puddings.Ã‚Â One of the great things about the Pudding Club is that you made new friends
A huge selection of sauces, cream, custard, toffee sauce etc
Some of the puddings
More of the puddings, I especially liked the jam roly poly
However the passion fruit roulade got my best pudding vote!
Special puddings for my gluten free sister, Beth, although disappointed that they didnt seem to know this when she had informed them by email before we came.Ã‚Â Regardless they stepped up to the plate /bowl
Gluten free bread and butter pudding
Gluten free ginger suet pud, delicious
An excellent breakfast, good quality all over, great sausages and bacon, perfectly cooked eggs
An amazing selection of jams
mum and her bottle of prosecco
My room, mad but great fun
bathroom sink, classy
beautiful double bath