This place was a real "find" - and quite close to the cathedral. We did not have a long wait in the bar. The restaurant , accessed via the small, busy kitchen, had the intimacy of an old-fashioned but airy private dining room and the lady who served us was charming - chatty and helpful although we could see how busy she was: the place was full. The meal was absolutely delicious &
we would recommend having coffee outside . The garden is lovely - with a little secret part behind the trees.
Upstairs is a gallery with work by local artists - and in the bar is a picture of the fireman who were based here (a nice touch)
All in all, a memorable visit.
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