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Address: East Beancross Farm / Polmont / Falkirk / Stirlingshire / FK2 0XS

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      27.07.2013 19:54
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      Friendly Italian restaurant

      Easy to reach as it is just off the M 9 and close to Falkirk, it is also handy for people in West Lothian.
      We were a group of 9 ladies and had booked weeks before, but it was surprising just how busy it was on a Thursday lunch time. Well perhaps it shouldn't have been as they do an excellent value lunch time menu. Just £10 for 3 courses.
      As this was a celebration we had the main menu and everyone enjoyed their starters. The langoustines with Cointreau dressing on the salad was fabulous. Some people had veal and chicken cooked in various ways and I had Lobster stuffed ravioli which was delicious. Main meals varied in price from around £8.95 to £13.95 and there was a good choice of pizza too, which I noticed other people eating.
      Lunch wouldn't be lunch without dessert and the Tiramasu was lovely. Ice cream stuffed pancakes looked lovely too!
      Good selection of wines and other drinks and the staff were all very friendly and helpful.
      Toilets -well the ladies was clean and ample soap etc, and a huge mirror and accessories showed they thought the toilets important too.
      Would I go back ? Yes and hopefully in the next few weeks as I enjoyed my meal very much. not cheap but well cooked and nicely presented so worth paying the extra.

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