Secret Diner Review: The Old Barn at Glooston
Published on August 17, 2014
By Kathryn Whitehead
The Sunday menu was not complicated, just a great compilation of good, wholesome Sunday fayre. However, we had antipasti to start – a selection of smoked meats, cheeses and pickles, presented beautifully. I then had beautiful roast turkey (my other half had the lamb), fresh vegetables cooked perfectly, including red cabbage and cauliflower cheese topped off with a home-made Yorkshire. For my dessert I went for strawberry dumplings (I was determined to find room).
At approximately £50 for two for three courses and drinks, I left feeling not only full and happy but as though the meal had been well worth the money.
I look forward to my mid-week visit!