You wouln't give this place a second glance from the outside, not the best restaurant frontage. The inside too is rustic and dusty around the edges. However, that said, the food is superb, drinks well priced and the service helpful. You need to book, always or expect to have a very long wait in the doorway as it's always busy (especially at weekends). The Sauvignon blanc is good at £13 a bottle and children are very welcome. The atmosphere plus the quality of the food will keep me coming back for more.
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