Slightly off the beaten path and tricky to find but once inside the venue is warm and inviting. Exposed stone walls, low lighting and cosy corners make for a perfect dining atmosphere. We had to wait longer than expected for any of the staff to acknowledge us and they weren’t overly friendly, but the service was quick and the food was good and inexpensive.
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