WILLOW FARM, NEAR CRAMLINGTON – A REVIEW BY MICHAEL C. BUNGAY


On Thursday 27th October 2011, I went to the Willow Farm Restaurant and Carvery, just outside of Cramlington, with my friends Paul, Edward, Chris and Tony for our evening meals. Paul was quite excited about going there as he had been there before and was itching to take us there at some point. Well, now was our chance and we were all highly impressed with the restaurant and its friendly atmosphere and its appeal. The food was equally impressive, especially the chicken korma that I had for my main course (none of us had any starters) which was cooked and presented to perfection complete with rice, naan bread and poppadoms. But that was far from the best part as for dessert, the restaurant offers a choice of the most enormous cakes you have ever seen. They are so big and so tempting, you feel like Bruce Bogtrotter or Augustus Gloop or any other really greedy fictional characters (not necessarily from the works of Roald Dahl), and you get to take a slice of your chosen cake home and eat it later. This is what they call a ‘Cake-Away’ and this was the very reason why Paul had been so keen to show us this particular restaurant. Only Tony decided not to take up this opportunity so the rest of us were all faced with the challenge of eating an enormous slice of cake in just 1 go. So far, me and Edward and Chris have achieved that goal but Paul was been unable to get through his at first (Although I will openly admit to having to take a breather whilst I was half-way through mine!).

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About hotcrossbungay

I am originally from Stevenage, Hertfordshire. I have Asperger's Syndrome. My main passion is Motor Racing. In terms of other interests, I will try anything once but I mostly enjoy Performing Arts and Creative Writing.
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One Response to WILLOW FARM, NEAR CRAMLINGTON – A REVIEW BY MICHAEL C. BUNGAY

  1. hotcrossbungay says:

    Reblogged this on FOREST HALL FOOD.

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