We had dinner for two on a Wednesday night at 6pm, three courses and 1 pint of beer £68. We booked but there was no need to at 6, although when we left it was more than half full and getting busier. The waitress was friendly and welcoming. The food was good but a few odd combinations. We both had the black pudding, goats cheese, baked apple and marmalade chutney to start, very tasty, although a bit ruined by the unnecessary olives and sundried tomatoes, an odd combination that was best left of the plate. The seafood platter was well worth it and the scallops the most tender we have ever had. Pudding was good but at £6 possibly a bit pricey. Worth a trip though.
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