This is the sort of place you don't want everyone to know about, but on the other hand they deserve the recognition.
Ate here four times on our two week trip. The staff are all great, remembered our names after our first visit and couldn't have been more helpful and informative about the menu.
Particularly welcome was the roaring log fire in the large fireplace in the centre of the room, we made the mistake of choosing a table too close and had to move.
On our first visit we didn't want starters as we were tired and just wanted a simple meal, they insisted on bringing a complimentary selection of dips and bread anyway, we gave in and thoroughly enjoyed them. All our choices proved to be well cooked and tasty on every visit.
They get very busy on Friday and Saturday, unless you are eating very early you will need to book. They are patronised by lots of locals and thats always a good sign, there is also live music at weekends and that adds to the great atmosphere.
It may be illegal but smoking appears to be tolerated, it was only ever a couple of people and with the woodsmoke from the fire and the heat drawing the cigarette smoke up the chimney it certainly didn't spoil our evening.
We will be back.
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