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The ham was succulent and tasty while the pork – which your spy often avoids as it can be dry – was moist and delicious.

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Your Spy's verdict: "My companion had gone for a beef dinner; thick slices of slow-cooked, silverside beef with sliced carrots, a huge Yorkshire pudding, roast parsnip, garden peas, broccoli and two scoops of mashed potato.

The children's roast – turkey – wasn't that much smaller and would also suit someone with a tiny appetite."Your Spy's verdict: "The little diners were happy with their roast dinners – three big slices of succulent turkey breast served with a giant Yorkshire pudding, carrots, mashed potato, savoy cabbage, cauliflower, stuffing and a roast potato.

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