We had a three day break in the area, and after a day in the wind and plenty of walking, we visited for an early dinner.
I do always find it amusing in a near empty restaurant when asked if I have a booking, as even when we left there were only 20% of tables occupied. But I realise this is to welcome those who HAVE! A better response in this circumstance to "Table for two?" might be "Yes, of course. Do you have a booking?". This isn't a problem specific to this restaurant and we were warmly welcomed, but seeing the owner comments below I can tell that every little can make a difference, so there's a suggestion.
Good idea, particularly in such a seasonal location, to have an early meal arrangement, to get two potential uses of tables.
We had a great meal and I have to say that the spicy pumpkin (?) soup was out of this world - creamy, smooth but thick, hot, spicy and warming. Perfect after a windy autumn day.
I agree with a previous writer about the pork belly. It was beautifully presented, and the crackling was great, but the balance of fat versus meat was almost too overpowering for me. Maybe that's how it's meant to be, but it took the edge off for me.
The restaurant itself is very cosy(don't look for windows but do look at nice lights for example) and it's clear the owners have and do put a lot of effort into it. Very friendly, advice on other places to go - and a lot of walking for them in the course of the evening!
Thanks for a lovely visit. Thoroughly recommended as a location and a good value menu served by nice people.
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