And I can see why. This place has plenty of potential but the kitchen staff need Gordon Ramsay's treatment. On a night when it should have been teeming with locals, the restaurant was empty except for two people: me and my husband. There is a beer garden out the back - it probably serves the patrons well with wedges etc, but apart frm that I bet they don't actually eat at the restaurant. We had two starters: soup and whitebait. The soup was generally ok, but the whitebait had too much batter and was quite dry. As for the mains - one gammon steak was ok - but the Mediterranean Tart with Goats Cheese (sounded quite good from the menu) was dry. It had obviously been re-heated, and for too long. There was a generous side of a red pepper sauce on the plate, but it was larger than the Mediterranean Tart itself, and not particularly tasty. As for the side of veges - there's normally not much wrong that a restaurant can do about this, but unfortunately they were limp; the carrots used were obviously frozen.
I agree with the comments made below - from May 2013.
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