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Review of the Fleur de Lys at Losonford

9.2 Reviewer
Quality of the Food10
Quality of the Service9
Quality of the Decor8.5
It was Tuesday 11th April 2017, the start of the second week of the Easter holidays and a chance to eat out at last. It was quite an interesting journey to get to our location; my Sat Nav was poised to take me down some dubious single track roads but thank goodness for Google Maps which managed to take me to the direct location of this hidden away gem of a restaurant set beside a canal front with the added attraction of wild deer roaming on the opposite side of the bank. I chose the goat’s cheese, red onion, garlic, spinach and sweet potato pie, served with some chunky chips, fresh vegetables and a generous serving of veggie gravy. My Mum opted for a steak and kidney pie; Olivia chose a rather posh looking burger; Rebecca plumped for a pie too, this time with beef steak, stilton and a red wine sauce and Elliot tucked into his children’s burger. It's a great place to eat and it appeared to be very popular with large numbers of diners eating in the beer garden on the banks of the canal. The food was gorgeous; I rarely, if ever, order a pie but this was delicious melt-in-the-mouth pastry! It wasn't the cheapest of pub meals; we paid about £14 per head including soft drinks for everyone! Book a table to be sure of an opportunity to eat here. We will certainly be heading back soon!