Tuesday, 3 April 2012

The Chestnut Tree, Bourton-On-The-Water

The ham and cheese toastie was lovely, generous portions of both ham and cheese. Though I don't claim to be salad's biggest fan the small portion surprised even me - shredded carrot and lettuce and a meagre half a tomato. Drew had a Spanish quiche and salad from the specials menu but the quiche itself wasn't fully defrosted. Passable latte.

To be fair, the couple at the next table were having the full roast dinner and they looked as though they were enjoying it. Seemed like a decent portion too.

A real bugbear is the minimum spend for the use of a debit card; here, an eye-watering FIFTEEN pounds. A real shame as most of the items on the menu are quite reasonably priced for a Cotswold village.

Ideal for taking your Mum for a cup of tea and a toasted teacake. Just don't forget to go to the cashpoint first.

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