My daughter purchased us a voucher for a present, and we weren't disappointed. The old Salvation Army building has been dragged into the 20th century with a light and airy feel, but still with the old barn beams. The staff were polite and nothing was too much trouble. We pre-ordered our choice of sandwiches a few days in advance and they came in delicious little squares - most tasty. The pots of earl grey tea were filled on request and the home made cakes were simply delicious. I can highly recommend this to anyone. Although the restaurant is still unfinished, you can see that although this is a great place to eat, when completed it will be fabulous. This place is great for couples, family, friends and business clients. Will definitely be returning.
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