Cocktails on Thursday evening - very enjoyable, especially during happy hour when they're £4 instead of £7. We enjoyed mojitos and caipirinhas.
We visited again on Sunday to try the Sunday lunch. Plenty of it but it's not the traditional Sunday roast: I had belly of pork and my wife had lambshank - plenty of everything and although we quite enjoyed the meal in itself we were slightly disappointed it was not what we expected. The white wine was at cellar temperature rather than properly chilled but an icebucket was quickly provided
As others have mentioned below, service is friendly but not particularly swift so perhaps not the best place if you're in a hurry. .Otherwise I'd say it's worth a visit.
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