The four of is dined at Pins on a Tuesday night. Although it was cold and raining, the place was busy and bookings are required. The menu is quite different with a Japanese influence among some wonderful sounding (and looking) fare. We were all delighted with our choices - sweet corn and chicken soup with fresh home-made Udon noodles, grilled teriyaki chicken and spaghetti with chorizo, chicken and sundries tomatoes. The service was welcoming, quiet and unobtrusive. There is certainly value here and it won't be the last time we dine at Pins.
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