This is more a cafe than a restaurant. They serve home-made soup, jacket potatoes, baguettes and sandwiches. There are oil-cloth table coverings and although the building is set in a garden centre there is no particular scenic view through the windows. I chose a brie and grape baguette (£6.95), which was very fresh and tasty. I noted that one of the two people in our group who chose the soup, returned it largely untasted. No alcoholic drinks are available but I enjoyed an pressed elderflower drink, which was refreshing and not too sweet. The location is absolutely fine for a light lunch.