Serendipity is a fortunate accident and it was whilst looking for another restaurant that we found the Linen House. Built into what I assumed was an old Mill building- the restaurant was attractive and inviting.The decor is french and the tables, chairs and settees were comfortable and inviting. When we entered there were very few people there but over the hour or so we spent there the restaurant quickly filled up, with many of the customers appearing to be local.
The menu is a bit limited but was adequate and the staff were happy to accommodate my companion who has a limited diet and required particular foods. As it was lunch time I opted for the (small) chicken goujons with chunky chips and my companion wanted fried egg with a potato bread. The goujons appeared to be home made and were lovely with a nice taste of pepper and a chilli sauce. The chips were dry and cooked perfectly.
I am not usually a desert person and my companion ordered cheesecake whilst the waitress tempted me with strawberry shortcake! They were delicious.
By now the restaurant was full and next time I will be coaxed by the all day breakfast!
The bill including tea/ coffee came to less than £20. The staff could not have been more helpful and we had had a delicious meal and a rest in lovely surroundings- we will be back!
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