We dined here one night in late May.
It was a freezing night so the big patio heaters inside gave a welcome warmth to the place, which seems to be semi-outside but has clear cafe blinds around the veranda.
The staff were efficient and attentive and there was quite a good crowd for a wintry Sunday night.
Food-wise, I had the pork belly which I enjoyed but it had no crackling (or if it did, it was soft). My husband had the soup, which he enjoyed. We had desserts - sticky date pudding, which sounded very special on the menu, but was just average.
We also had a glass of wine each.
It seemed like a popular place with the locals. It has an extensive menu and all in all we enjoyed it. It was a shame the heater near our table was turned off at the request of another table. It quickly became quite cold and we left. The food was homely and filling.
I think as a tourist, there are other places I would prefer to try next time, now that we have our bearings a little better.
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