A traditional cosy restaurant in the town centre serving hearty well cooked food. Portions are large , and bread rolls served with butter and rillettes are too tempting anyway. We had booked a table for two in the window- good to watch the world go by- on a Monday evening when many other restaurants are closed. We only had two courses a la carte each: the onion and asparagus soups - very good, and the pig cheeks and chicken pie - both excellent and nicely served with different accompaniments - pig cheeks ( with pie crust) with asparagus and potatoes in a delicious creamy sauce, the chicken with salad and chips. No room for puds despite being attracted to the tarte tatin. Very good; friendly efficient service and good atmosphere
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