An independent restaurant tucked away half way up Old High Street at the north end of town. Big solid wooden tables set the tone: good food and service in an unpretentious setting, with views out onto the street. We dined on a Friday evening in early March, when it was fully booked, but the small team had no problems looking after everyone. Several fish specials were available in addition to the main menu. We tried the hake, and a pork tagliatelle: both were generous and unusually served in deep round bowls, and excellent. Two delighful crèmes brûlées with fresh rasberries followed. Two courses with coffee and a glass of wine each came to around £50 for two.
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