We were recommended this restaurant by the Bridge View Guest House - but when we looked in, it seemed empty - but ahead of us were the most beautiful Victorian stained and painted glass windows. So in we went - to find a lower level where there was a bar and customers. so we started here and moved upstairs, as more people had come in by then, to have a really nice meal. We were expecting a fish restaurant - but it was a general menu - and we don't eat meat. However after sharing a great cheese and olives starter my husband had salmon and I had a vegetarian risotto and we were both pleased with our choices.
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