7 reviews of Champany in English
We had a great experience yesterday at The Chop and Ale House (the pub). The burgers were soft and juicy, the blue cheese on top of them added even more taste- Chips were excellent as well. Portions are very generous, two adults and a child could share two regular courses. We were done in little bit more than half an hour. Staff were very friendly and helpful. True, it is not cheap but overall I definitely recommend the place.
All i can say is amazing the Steak with the home made chips and blue cheese sauce was to doe for , i love going here time after time the service is top class in the Chop & Ale House , used the restaurant twice now for business lunches and the service was top class, it should be put on the map for mega tasty
I came here a few years ago and enjoyed the dinner. On Wednesday night I was entertaining three very important suppliers to my company, reputed to be the best beef in Scotland.
Well I can hardly disagree with that! There was a good welcome and the menu and different types of steaks explained to us, whilst we has G & T's.
There was an interesting choice of starters, in particular one of my guest raved about the Scallops. I settled for a stilton and broccoli soup. The steaks selected were three of us Rib eye and one Sirloin, all cooked on a charcoal grill exactly as we ordered, absolutely delicious. We had two nice wines , a St Veran with starters, and Chateau Cissac with the steaks. Two of us managed some strawberries afterwards, and we all had coffee.
Service from the waiters, and sommelier was polite and efficient.
As good a meal as I have had for sometime.
Now hold on to your seats, the bill was £400. ! Way over the top, even though it was a company funded dinner. The steaks typically are £40 a throw, and vegetables all charged extra. The two wines were together £76 , and with the pre drinks,coffee, and a service charge (which was added without prior consultation , but described as 'optional', well there you have it.
I was fully expecting to spend maybe £300 that evening but not £400.
I am awarding 4 stars, because whilst the food and service warranted 5 stars, its is possible to get (not too far away from here) as good quality food for a lower price. I am thinking of Peat Inn in Fife, though I havent been recently.
But I will be back !
Good but vastly overpriced. I have eaten here a few times in the pub / inn part. Yet to try the restaurant.
If you go for the much cheaper Inn part then be prepared to wait for a table as they don’t take reservations.
This is divided into a formal restaurant and the Inn which is THE place for Steak. I don’t think I’ve had a better steak in my life-time. Not just that, the burgers, the chips…it’s all very very good.
The place is small, quaint and inn-like. The atmosphere is relaxed, informal and friendly. The Inn does not accepet bookings so there may be times you have to wait for a while as it is small….
The Champany Restaurant is another fine eatery, as good as some of the big players in the Capital or Glasgow. The menu is quite simply stunning, and the fish or seafood choices are fantastic. the wine selection is expensive but worth it. A treat to go to either the Inn or restaurant.
I’ve been here a few times and found it to be rather over priced for what you got. They’ve tried to appeal to the masses by having a 'pub’ style part of the restaurant for lunches which is quaint but getting in the door you have to go down a narrow corridor past where the crockery is kept usually walking past busy staff to get to your table. There isn’t a lot of space at this end of the restaurant and I was still £12.95 for burger and chips. If I was coming here again I’d stay in the restaurant end and steer clear of the pub style end. The seafood in here is unbelievably good.
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