This restaurant is in a windy and somewhat isolated spot which provides opportunity for walking, particularly in the summer. We booked on a night coming up to Christmas and the staff were clearly very busy and under some strain. We were welcomed into warm and festive surroundings and shown to our table. There was an unacceptable delay in having our order taken but the food arrived quickly after that. We had scampi and chips with a diced salad. It was good and well presented but really standard pub fare. However the ambiance and beer led to a good experience and the bill was very reasonable - £23 for main course, coffee and drinks for two. Overall the Angel Inn is probably somewhere dependable and for regular eating rather than a special experience.