I’ve been waiting and excited for The Plough’s new debut.
A well known little retreat in the area and somewhere I knew.
We snapped up the opportunity to visit and headed down,
This brand new restaurant suddenly seems to be ‘talk of the town’.
We was greeted by the hostess and given chance to look around,
Whilst the beautiful mood lighting echoed the relaxed music that sound.
I was first struck by the fire which was producing a roar,
Welcoming you as you walk from the winter outdoor.
The bar is comfy with armchairs like the most stylish home,
With coffee tables and candles flickering in tainted glass dome.
Carefully climbing the stairs; we were in ore of the look.
Crisp smart tables presented beautifully in each little nook.
A very relaxed vibe with a trendy country feel,
Make it the most perfect place for a function or contrast – a romantic meal.
The dimmed low lightening makes for a intimate treat,
Whilst larger bench seating is accommodating for families like us to eat.
We was shown to our seat and greeted by numerous staff.
All very keen and willing whilst making us laugh.
Tucked into a sweet little corner with a view of the room,
Seated at a family table decorated with a single white bloom.
We was promptly served canapés to tickle our senses.
The Chilli on the Mango quickly throwing up my defences.
A tiny little kick which melted with the tangy fruit,
A powerful zesty concoction which I never imagined would suit.
I was pleasantly surprised by the menus and the variety of Vegan choice,
A little win for us non-meat eaters which I had to rejoice (I’m veggie – not vegan).
For starters I had Deep fried Brie on a Chutney base,
And Mitchell a King Prawn Roll, which he enjoyed from the look on his face.
Mains of Halloumi, Pork Belly and a child’s sausage and chips,
Which we all scoffed down very quickly once the taste touched our lips.
My dessert was the most sensational thing I’ve ever witnessed then tasted,
A Chocolate Peanut Bomb which I personally ensured not a crumb was wasted.
Mitchell had a brownie and my son had icecream,
Both confirming their favourite course and a “chocoholics dream”.
We finished our evening talking of the impressive new place,
And how The Plough in Eynsford is now top of the casual dining race.
Please note this was a collaborative post.
For more information or to view the menus, please visit The Plough, Eynsford.
For more family days and where to eat out check out my Days out guide