Came here for a spot of lunch with my husband over Easter weekend, after being attracted by a yummy looking restaurant.
Jamie remembers when Rhubarb was a shop, with just a small cafe at the back, but it's now a rather nice "shabby chic" restaurant, with good food, great service, and a really nice atmosphere.
The menu was great for lunch - he had a baked Camembert, while I had mussels. Good prices, and tasted yummy. The menu was a good range, with some nice looking specials on a blackboard that looked worth a try - including a hearty looking sausage and mash.
For just an extra £2 each we added a glass of wine, good value, and nice wine too.
None of the crockery, furniture etc matches, but this just adds to the charm. The service was great, with a waiter who knew exactly the right balance between friendly and chatty, and polite.
Looks like they do cocktails too, so we'll probably be going back, and the cakes stacked up on the bar area looked delish!
worth a visit.