Stopped here for lunch as our usual pub was closed. The menu had some contrasting styles (eg. Thai and Toulouse sausage) which makes it good for variable tastes. We had Thai curry, toulouse sausage and special lasagne (avocado). All good with individual tastes, except for the lasagne which was a bit experimental and ended up as some limp avocado topped with thick rubbery cheese, but I would not want to overly cricitise imagination, even when it is a bit off the mark. Deserts were very nice, if a bit small.
Service good and friendly, but a round of coffee was forgotten. I liked the way that the chef was continually scoping the place to make sure he was on top of things.
The dining room is nicely furnished, if a bit small and crowded, though I realise that is hardly the restaurants fault. It does feel more like a coffee shop with people popping in for a quick cake/coffee rather than a leisurely lunch eating place. I would like to see the place a bit bigger.
PS Good news. The Peroni is on tap!
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