Set in an old carpenters shop the rooms ooze atmosphere. The menu has something for everyone. The home made black pudding was stunning, the pork ribs fell off the bone . The duck breast was cooked to perfection and the stuffed chicken breast delicious. I don't usually do dessert but i had to try the home made toffee crisp ice cream which turned out to be a very bitter cinder toffee ice cream . I initially didn't think it worked but i ate the lot. If you are in the area a meal here is a must.
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