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Katy McGuinness, The Sunday Tribune

“The main course is Boeuf Bourguignon, served with baked potato, Yorkshire puddings and carrots tossed in parsley and lemon butter. Commendably, the beef is organic and the stew is a decent, flavourful dish. Everything is well executed – it’s good home-cooking.
“We enjoy the evening – the novelty of being entertained in an unfamiliar house, meeting people that we would not have done otherwise. The house is comfortable and the atmosphere is pretty relaxed considering that a group of strangers have been thrown together around the table of someone that they don’t know – in large part this is due to Sheila’s gracious hosting.”


“The tomato salad was delicious and very fresh tasting, I could’ve quite happily eaten the whole bowl of it myself.  The bread was delicious and I had to have two slices of it, even though this was foolish with two more courses to come.
“All in all it was a very enjoyable evening and the atmosphere throughout was relaxed and intimate, like any good restaurant.”


“Very good Supper Club food and I enjoyed the experience. It was a very welcoming atmosphere and we were able to see into the kitchen and see what was going on. Our hosts were friendly and welcoming and I would recommend their Supper Club to anyone.”

Prudence magazine

“‘The King of Mean’ is very impressed. He loves home cooking and gets very little of it with me. He says I’m to get my glad rags out – and he’ll even get a bottle of sparkling wine to bring along.”


Written by SOKNH

April 30, 2010 at 12:53 pm

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