Called in for lunch and was impressed. Some imaginative dishes, although one member of our party who wanted something plain and simple struggled to find anything. Good selection of seafood and locally produced meat. We had starters and mains, but not puds. Waitress was very friendly. No printed menus, they wheel a large blackboard around, which some of us found pleasantly quirky, but others found irritating. Not cheap and again split opinions as to whether it was good food and therefore justifiably priced or whether it was simply expensive.
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