With the cleverly crafted design and layout of the interior they have also managed to retain the classic historic feel of the place whilst using some very subtle modern design features to sustain this look. So one feels right in the midst of a slice of history, whilst enjoying the comforts and innovations of contemporary design. Other standouts were the tip top service – subtle but attentive, knowledgeable and friendly. As for the food, it was yummy: notably, goats cheese tomato tart tatin with green olive tapenade, baked eland loin and the apricot almond souffle. And the presentation was very precise. Note: there is a relaxed lunch menu to be enjoyed outdoors on the lawn or under the Rumbullion.
For more see their site: The Roundhouse Restaurant