You need to book ahead for Sunday lunch here as it is popular. It's not fine dining and doesn't set out to be, but it's wholesome with a wide choice and we had an enjoyable time. My daughter and I had the pancetta hash which we really loved - freshly cooked, very hot (as in warm) and full of flavours. Highly recommended. The only negative was the roast potatoes which were fine inside but for some reason had unassailably thick skins. But the cauliflower in sauce was perfect.
An odd service quirk:- staff don't seem to 'own' a particular set of tables so you get served by quite a few different people. The usual "Is everything ok with your meals?" was addressed to us no less than five times! (This may have been due to a high staff/customer ratio created by a few cancellations due to the snow?) It's family friendly, which is fine, but that does mean quite a few babes in arms and toddlers who naturally get bored a few minutes into their meals and can become a little noisy. Pleasant, warm surroundings also make this a reasonably-priced hostely for Sunday lunch.
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