The restaurant is nice and tastefully decorated, the welcome is warm. The proprietress is charming. The set lunch is good value and portions are large. The only faults I could find that unusually no bread was offered and that the dishes, although well presented, were far too complicated with two many ingredients. In particular, my pasta was spoilt by the breadcrumbs
on it. No doubt the chef is trying very hard and should have credit for it.
I would like to digress now. A large kitchen furniture showroom, Smidth, opened recently in town. We wondered in as some of the finishes were really outstanding. The welcome we had, you would not have in London. The town has several vacant shops. The local shops need and deserve support.
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