Table Table, Mill Lodge. Canwick, Near Lincoln | Review

We love food, fact! We also love eating out, fact! We also love a good date night...erm OK not so much a fact seeing as our last date night (out of the house) was ermmmm, well so long ago I don't even remember it! So when Table Table invited myself and Dean to try the new summer menu at their Mill Lodge restaurant near Lincoln of course we jumped at the chance! 


Situated just 1.7 miles out of Lincoln in the village of Canwick Mill Lodge was easy to find meaning we arrived a little, 30 minutes, early and so we parked up and headed straight to the bar, oh yes you read that right...the joys of having no children and having to run 1 or all to the toilet! After fast service at the bar we settled ourselves into a sofa and enjoyed a drink before heading to our table.


As 4.30 came round we headed over to wait to be shown to our table...we were left standing for a short time as it seemed all the staff had disappeared but they were very apologetic when they finally got round to us! The host showed us to our table and our waiter quickly came over to take our drinks order (wine for me...unlimited soft drink for Dean, seeing as he was the driver!!) and give us our menu's...now was the tough part, what would we choose!


After taking forever to go over the menu, again another luxury when you are normally rushing to get the kids sorted and just order anything, we opted for a starter of Garlic Ciabatta Loaf and the Bread Board...






As starters go, it was so so good, a carb-fest, that just was divine!

For the main event I chose the Streaky Bacon and Cheese Topped Chicken Breast with a side of Onion Rings and Coleslaw. And Dean went with the Gammon Steak with a side of Onion Rings and BBQ Sauce.

Streaky Bacon and Cheese Topped Chicken Breast served with your choice of chips or jacket potato, BBQ sauce and peas.

Gammon Steak served with your choice of fried eggs, grilled pineapple rings, or one of each, half a grilled tomato, garden peas and chips or a jacket potato.

The food was really nice, hot and served quickly. The waiter was also great at keeping our drinks topped up and I can not fault his attentiveness. 

For pudding, in a rare turn of events, I opted out...I just couldn't eat another thing! Dean on the other hand, who doesn't usually bother, had stars in his eyes over the pudding menu and eventually chose the After Eight Sundae...apparently it was delicious and I should have had one!


In all, it was a great meal, a great menu, great overall service, great staff, great food, great prices (our meal came to just under £45 which for 2 starters, 2 mains a pudding and 5 drinks was a great price.We will definitely return, maybe with the monsters as the children's menu looked perfect for little people with photos instead of words, and a pudding menu any child would love!

Disclaimer: We received a voucher to cover the cost of our meal in return for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.



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