Review on Three Ways House
Built as a private residence in 1871, Three Ways House is now famous as the home of the Pudding Club. Set up in 1985, this aims to celebrate the great tradition of British desserts - spotted dick, jam roly-poly, gooseberry fool, golden syrup sponge and countless other sweet-toothed delights. There are regular events and themed evenings on the subject, and the hotel's bedrooms are even named after famous puds.
In contrast to the period charm of the original building, the restaurant is done out in modern fashion, with cool blue colour schemes and stylish furniture. The weekly changing dinner menu might open with pigeon and raspberry salad with crispy leeks or warm goats' cheese and red pepper tower, before calf's liver with sweet potato mash or grilled halibut steak with tomato marmalade. Puds obviously go to town, with traditional English favourites alongside the likes of banana cheesecake with rum sauce.
For something more informal, try Randalls Bar & Brasserie, open every day for lunch and dinner. Think steak and kidney pudding, smoked haddock and grain mustard fishcakes - plus more of those glorious puds!
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm Sun
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm (7.00 - 9.30pm Fri & Sat)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express