We visited this inn twice recently while staying in the area. Once we sat inside to eat, and once outside. If at all possible, try to sit outside overlooking the ferry and the river. The food is good, especially the crab, and the waiter was more than happy to let us make substitutes from the usual 'chips with everything'. Although it was quite busy, there was never any attempt to rush us. The food is, however, a bit pricey.
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