Went 7.30pm Tuesday night 29th October with four friends. The place was full on arrival but after a short 5 minute wait we were shown to a table near the window. I was glad we had our own table as the other option was to be seated at large shared trestle tables. The venue is great - beautiful rustic decor. We had bread and oil to start - lovely. We all ordered our own dishes and shared the potatoes in duck fat. My dish was brilliant - roast salmon with black pudding and brussel sprouts - delicious. Dessert we shared the peanut ice cream, creme freche and oreo biscuit combination - glad we shared this as it was too big for one person. We ordered two between five of us as not everyone wanted dessert. I thought for the quality of ingredients for the prices were really good. The only suggestion I have is for contents of cocktails to be listed. It is noisy when full but not sure how that could be changed.I had read negative reviews about the staff but can honestly say we had great service from all staff that attended to us. We will be back.
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