Surprisingly good food in a bizarre building, strange location. Set in a Victorian home that looks like, well, a Victorian home, portions are more than ample, service is efficient and friendly and food is well presented and yum-yum tasty. Walking up the stairs to the entrance of this weird-looking restaurant I wondered what I was in for (our visit was based upon a trusted recommendation) but the experience was nothing but positive and proof that you should not judge a book by its cover!
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