We enjoyed the ploughmans lunch platter for 2 for $44. Excellent mix of hot and cold, though the chorizo was quite hard and chewy. Service was pretty fast as well, and the waitress was very friendly. The day we were there was very cold and wet, and the majority of the tables are on the front and back verandahs, as well as plenty in the beautiful garden area. There are only 2 tables inside that seat 3 or 4, and 3 tables for larger groups, so if you want to sit inside, make a booking. They don't have any heaters outside, which a lot of places now have. As it was too cold to eat outside, I hovered in front of the inside heater, and waited until a table was vacant and pounced on it. They should invest in outside heating.
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