The Rose and Crown Dining room takes on a slightly lighter air at lunch, but still feels a bit like a country-side pub. The extra light makes the unique ceiling inlays easier to see, along with all kinds of UK specific nicknacks hanging on the walls.
Being connected to a pub, there is a large selection of British beers, ciders, scotches and signature cocktails available along with some great pub-like appetizers such as Mary and the Lads and a Scotch Egg (which is a golden-fried hard-boiled egg wrapped in sausage meat with mustard sauce).
Lunch entrees at the Rose & Crown are a bit different than dinner and include bangers and mash, an English breakfast burger, the farmhouse ploughman's lunch platter and of course, fish and chips.
Don’t forget to leave room for desserts such as a traditional sticky toffee pudding and jaffa tarts (small orange cream-filled cakes with a chocolate ganache covering).