Book a pre-theatre evening meal and you can return to your table at the interval for your dessert, coffee and drinks. The setting is briskly modern with moulded white chairs and polished wood tables. A showcase kitchen extends the theatre experience beyond the proscenium should you wish to watch your meal being prepared.
The menu keeps to a familiar modern British track and knows its limits by not over-extending its reach. It all sounds rather good: boeuf bourguignon with creamed mash and seasonal vegetables (£12.90), barbeque ribs with hand-cut chips and homemade coleslaw, and sticky toffee pudding with toffee sauce and clotted cream (£5.90). Beer-battered fish and chips is served with pea puree and homemade tartare sauce (£12.90). We can recommend Luscombe Cool Ginger Beer as a good non-alcoholic quaff.