As we pulled into the car park we noticed a board displaying all the hotel’s menus out the front. On reading the menu I found that several dishes took my fancy and so we decided to go in.  At first when we walked in we thought we were in the wrong place but a welcoming receptionist told us were we in the right place and guided us through to the restaurant.

The restaurant had a lovely warm glow and the candles added the final touch. I decided not to have a starter, even though they sounded very tempting, but my husband did have the homemade chicken liver pate. It was lovely! For mains I had a chicken breast stuffed with herbs and cheese and the wrapped in parma ham and my husband had their duck breast. My chicken was so succulent and really tasty. My husband enjoyed his duck and said that it was cooked just right. I then had a slice of the white chocolate cheesecake, which I was told was the chef’s speciality recipe. We then had 2 Irish coffee which ended our meal lovely. After paying we decided to move through to the bar area which had a wonderful open log fire! So cosy and inviting. After a few minutes we got talking to a member of staff who explained that the Airman had recently been taken over by some new managers who wanted to encourage the food side of the business. This is why I have written this review as we had such a lovely evening and I wanted to let everyone know. The Chef himself even popped out into the bar and was very pleased to hear that we enjoyed our meal so much. We will definitely be back again and probably will take some friends with us.