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Columbine in High Peak

8,6

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We have walked past here many times but never gone in, so pleased we did, a really lovely well cooked Festive Meal, great crackers, an excellent light salmon terrine, Roast Turkey great, Hake had such a light sauce, Lemon pudding delightful, really nice service and just a really enjoyable evening
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18 December 2018
10.0
Fantastic meal and service. As always
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30 September 2018
10.0
Small cosy restaurant on ground and basement floors, originally a town house.
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26 November 2018
8.0
Excellent meal. The fish dishes are gorgeous. Started with herrings, so tasty. Followed this with salmon, a fish cake and a smoked salmon risotto trio. It was so so good.
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11 August 2018
10.0

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12/10/2018: We went with friends to have lunch here and it was very pleasant indeed. Situated in a small town called Charlesworth, just off the main road, it's a very quaint but modern Restaurant and Tea Rooms with a B&B; attached. The menu is more than accommodating for most with Gluten Free options available. There is a small Specials Board every day too. Our meal were served in good time and were piping hot. Staff were extremely pleasant and we had an enjoyable lunch. The weather was not brilliant, so we didn't have an opportunity to utilise the garden, which on a good day, must be quite inviting, to enjoy a chilled drink. Prices are somewhat towards the higher side, which might not suit everyone's pocket. If you request soft drinks, they are served in cans, with a glass, but this was not an issue to us. All round, we would definitely go back, maybe to try an Evening Meal, which we believe is only served on Friday and Saturday.
19/11/2018: 12 friends arrived for our afternoon treat. This had been booked by me to celebrate a significant birthday. The menu was traditional afternoon tea, all the sandwiches were freshly made, well filled and delicious. The scones were just the right size and the desserts were varied and just the right size. I had ordered Proseco four bottles and our glasses were topped up throughout the afternoon by the friendly and efficient staff. Nothing seemed to much trouble and we had a thoroughly delightful, traditional afternoon without being rushed to leave.

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