We visited last Sunday and it was pure chaos. People everywhere. No chance to enjoy the free tastings without a push and a shove and an apology along the way. So we managed a return visit yesterday before flying out. A much better visit without the crowds. The shop really doesn't have the space for crowds with the tasting tables as the centre of attraction between the counter and the eating area. We had the soup special of the day and the duck terrine. The food, while being tasty, is reasonable expensive. I had a very watery cappuccino. The "Farm Produce" on sale is now available at most supermarkets so lacks the enjoyment of buying something special other than it came from Maggie Beer's shop. The big advantage is that you can get to taste the wide range of products that now carry her label. The setting of the shop is very pretty beside a lake. There are some game birds housed in an area next to the carpark and on our second visit there was a beautiful peacock by the entrance door. The restrooms are exceptionally clean.