Had been in here for coffee earlier in the season and I quite liked it but my partner wasn't sure as it was very busy then. It was quiet on our visit this time so we stayed and had lunch. We decided on tapas dishes for a change. The choice available was good with a mix of seafood, fish, meat and vegetarian options. Our selections didn't disappoint us. The guacomole was particularly nice as it had a chilli kick to it and not bland. Prices were very reasonable for wells too. Great for us as they welcome dogs and we sat by the fire relaxing on the sofa. If I was to criticise anything it was that the payment was requested at the time of ordering so it felt less like a restaurant and perhaps that they didn't want you to stay too long.
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