We have been meaning to visit this restaurant for a while and luckily had some time inbetween Christmas and New Year.
We hadn't reserved a table, but were welcomed in and sat by the window. We ordered a selection of bread followed by roasted cod on crushed peas and potatoes. Beautifully presented and very tasty. For desert I had Christmas pudding creme brule which had a lovely subtle cinamon flavour and my husband had bread and butter pudding. The portions weren't huge, but perfectly enough for a lovely delicious lunch. It was quiet when we first arrived, but it soon filled up - I can see this is a popular place to bring friends and family. The prices were extremely good too.
We will definitely be returning to this delightful restaurant - bit of a hidden gem!
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