We ate here on Saturday evening (3 November) and were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food. Both the food and the wine were competitively priced and provided good value for money. We had the homemade pate and soup to start and both were generous portions - although the spicy tomate soup was definitely spicy. The duck for the main course was well cooked but was slighly less generous in quanity. There was also rather too much sauce and although it tasted nice, it was rather thin. The potatoes and vegetables were fine. The fish and chips were a very generous portion. The only thing that spoilt this was that we asked for no salad but the waitress forgot and salad was on the plate. Although she apologised and scraped it off, it still left an onion taste on part of the fish. The upstairs restaurant room is clean and bright but a strange mix of traditional and modern decor. Personally, we think that given the setting a traditional look with local pottery and photographs would make for a better ambience.
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