We didn't get as far as eating here, which was a shame as we thought the food looked good. Myself and my husband needed a highchair for our 14 month old daughter and there were some in the restaurant provided. However, these were unuseable as there were no straps or leg bars on them. We then brought in a highchair from the outside seating area which we could use. But the man behind the counter, who was distinctly rude and unhelpful, told us we couldn't bring it inside. We didn't really understand why as the place was not busy - only 2 tables were taken. Overall, an annoying experience. We left and had a lovely lunch down the road at The Rising Sun where they did have highchairs and where the customer service was excellent!
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