Family restaurant that operates under the Table Table chain belonging to the Premier Inn Stable. The pub is modern, clean, the prices reasonable prices and the good food; my steak was cooked perfectly with some tasty chips. The young waitress was helpful and efficient.
The restaurant is divided into several distinct areas with an adjoining lounge bar for drinkers.
Sunday: 12:00 pm to 10:30 pm
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Favorite Dish: 16oz, 21 day matured T-bone steak – £16.99
Lemon Meringue Sundae - £3.99
Lager Shandy - £3.20
Jan 2011 - Further update.
This is now called "Vin Cinq Cafe" Though it aims at a French ambiance the menu isn't French, the food is very good. Has imaginative vegetarian dishes rarely found in French restaurants.
This Rendezvous restaurant described by JohnScale below is now closed (2007) and has been replaced by a new Russian themed, up-market, restaurant called The Winter Palace. But read the following from the local paper 4th July 2007
The chef and his team are seeking legal action against this restaurant after turning up for work to find their jobs had been given away overnight.
The three said that bosses at Rugby's new Russian restaurant, Winter Palace, kept telling them to have a 'day off' - and then never returned their worried messages when they saw new staff members using their equipment and menus in the kitchen.
They may pursue a case of racial discrimination as they believes they were treated unfairly on the grounds that they are not Russian and the new employees drafted in are.
Since leaving the above comments I have now eaten here and must say that the service is very good, the ambiance is stylish, and the food is delicious.
The original 16th century building consists of an award winning Restaurant and Traditional Bar serving ales, whilst the 3 AA Star Hotel is built into a modern up to date extension.
The restaurant and bar area has many original features, including log fires, low beams and wattle and daub walls.
Favorite Dish: Fresh Griddled Pineapple dusted with Black Pepper, served with Orange Sorbet and Balsamic Syrup - £14.25
10oz Rib Eye Steak, Mushrooms, Grilled Tomatoes, Onion Rings and Thick Cut Chips - £13.90
Lemon Tart and Ice Cream - £4.10
Very good vegetarian food all made right on the premises. A changing variety on the menu and very generous portions, home-made cakes, desserts and a good range of drinks. The shop also sells gifts and crafts. Eat in or out.
Daytime opening only with late opening until 10pm on Fridays, often with live jazz.
Situated in a fine restored, award winning, Edwardian double fronted shop which was originally a branch of Boots the Chemist.
Nice local restaurant well known for its fish dishes.
Also do a nice selection of other food cooked to perfection.
Favorite Dish: I used to like the Chicken Dijon dish, I do not think this is on the menu anymore (shame!).