The new owner has only had this restaurant 6 weeks and I’m excited to see what she does.
We arrived on a very cold Sunday winters night and it’s not peak season.
The venue is lovely and the food was good, my husband and had a table by the fire and tunes were playing that we enjoyed, the waitress was very attentive and friendly.
The entree and mains were huge, we couldn’t eat all of it, but we both enjoyed the flavours and looking forward to coming back when upstairs is opened with live music and fab beer garden.
I’m looking forward to see how this place transforms
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