Had a lunch here at the weekend - this restaurant is old and full of small rooms with wood panelling. They're rather proud of the heritage of the place. There's a reasonably varied menu and we opted for a local style lunch dish called the stockpot. This was a large meatball and smoked sausage with pickles and mashed potato which has different vegetables added according to the season. Mine had a green it in it which is local and a cross between cabbage and spinach (can't remember the name). Very substantial and tasty, it's good honest and filling stuff at a very reasonable price. If you want fine dining there are nearby (and highly expensive) alternatives but this old place has lots of character and worth a try.
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