There are some great positives about this restaurant: It is a converted old terraced cottage in a side street that looks quaint and inviting from the outside. It is very clean, has a lovely calm atmosphere, the décor is pleasant and the welcoming and friendly staff enhance its charm even more.
The food was well presented: My husband had Seared king scallops followed by Slow roast belly pork which he said was tasty but not over generous. My cod main course was okay but I was not happy with my soup starter. I did not interpret from its description of “Freshly made soup” that it would be tomato soup out of a tin. Although it was nicely presented with croutons etc, I strongly disliked the distinctive tangy taste of tinned tomato soup so had to leave most of it.
Apart from the awful soup, there is nothing wrong with this restaurant - it was just not for us. Including one bottle of beer and the tip the bill came to just over £45.00. For this money we would prefer instead to travel out of the area and visit some of the exceptional pub/restaurants in the beautiful Cheshire countryside.
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