We had a very good late lunch here from an interesting menu. We were warmly welcomed and well looked after during out stay. The pudding menu largely consists of cakes, however. This sits less well with the rest of the menu but allows tea to be served between lunch and dinner. The meringues could have been lighter and detracted from the rest of the experience. But we went back the following day and had another good meal - but avoided pud. Same cheerful welcome and good service. Booking is advised for Sunday lunch. The place may look less than full but they will not compromised standards by accepting more diners than the kitchen can deliver to in an adequate and timely manner.
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