While the prices may be a little formal, the atmosphere is elegantly rustic, with benches and farmhouse tables sitting cozily under hanging baskets and dried veggies. The cuisine is a creative take on British staples, served with personality. Even the wine comes with its own story, as a gigantic (Jeroboam?) bottle is presented at the table, a yardstick used to measure how much is present upon delivery, and then dipped once again at the end of the meal, to gauge how much was drunk.
Somehow, this restaurant manages to be suitable for romantic dinners, family feasts, and friendly reunions, which is no small accomplishment, even if the place itself (even with the upstairs table) is quite small!
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