We visited this restaurant on a Sunday lunch with a party of 16 and two babies. I have eaten here on a Saturday night and it was very busy and lively, perhaps too much so. We had a much quieter eating experience on a Sunday and enjoyed it the better for that. Service was good and despite the fact my children dribbled in for a 1.30 start late, drinks were provided promptly as they arrived, high chairs for the two babies were supplied and everyone's food, starters and mains arrived nicely presented and freshly cooked by the open plan kitchen. Only complaint was the filter coffee which was a bit bland and not really hot enough. But yes we would go back.
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