I've visited here before but it appears the decoration has been improved since then and it has a lovely feel to the place. It was quiet this time round with only one other group there but this was at about 6pm so still early. We took advantage of the Happy Hour menu and I ordered the 3 courses for £13. For a starter I ordered bruschetta and the waitress was happy to get mine made without the balsamic vinegar which I'm not a fan of. It was nicely presented and it tasted good although I forgot to take a photo of it as I was that hungry. I then had chicken in a chilli, garlic and tomato sauce with chips and this was a good size and it tasted lovely. For dessert, there was only 3 desserts to choose from but I had an apple crumble with a caramel topping and it came with cream (you could have got wine or a beer instead of dessert but I don't drink). It tasted nice but I would have preferred ice cream or custard with it to be honest. Service was ok, some of the meals were handed out by the chef which I thought was a bit strange when the waitress was standing there. One of my friends was given a different meal but this was quickly changed with no problem. Overall decent food at a decent price.
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