Hello everyone! For today’s post I wanted to review for you this lovely restaurant I went to the other night for a nice pre-Chritmas get together with family friends. I’ve been here quite a few times now, and it never disappoints which is why I have to dedicate a blog post to it. I can’t deny that one of my favourite ways to spend an evening is to be surrounded by good company, in a lovely place, with good food and drink; and there’s no better time for that than the Christmas season! This post is featuring The New Hobbit ‘Country Inn and Dining’.
First things first, it’s decorated absolutely beautifully: so warm and cosy, yet elegant; and with a beautiful view with it being on high land. I particularly like it during the festive season as they have a beautifully decorated Christmas tree which really adds to the festive vibes – although I didn’t manage to get a picture of it.
Due to the restaurant being fairly small it means customer service is on top form, and despite it being the busy Christmas holiday’s we didn’t find ourselves waiting around for too much of a long time for our food. Below are pictures of the super yummy food I decided to go for: all at a reasonable price, and definitely large portions to give you value for money… I couldn’t even finish!
I went for a starter of Homemade Hummus, a main of char-grilled chicken breast, and although I didn’t go for a desert; with it being Christmas time they gave a little mini mince pie with each coffee order; how sweet. It took me such a long time to decide what to go for, the menu has such a wide range of food to offer: burgers, grills, pasta’s etc and each aspect of the menu looks as good as the other.
I just really love the atmosphere of this restaurant, and I would certainly look forward to going to it again. This restaurant is actually part of The New Hobbit Hotel, so I’m intrigued as to whether I’d love that just as much. It also has function areas for events such as weddings, so it really does have a nice, celebratory atmosphere to it whilst at the same time still being small, warm, and cosy.
I hope that you all enjoyed this post, and let me know what restaurants you love.