We went to the Old Cottage as virgins not really knowing what to expect from this quirky venue.
What we got was great food and a lovely reception from staff who are not working to an agenda and just let their own lovely personalities do the work.
The restaurant was initially quiet but soon got busy and we had an entertaining time with some of the other customers, particularly an elderly couple who were great fun; it is very informal in the cottage.
I had medallions of steak and my fiancée had scallops, both meals were well presented, tasty and hearty but not over bearing in quantity.
I have to say that there is a slightly chaotic 'Fawlty Towers' feel to the place but it also makes it more endearing. Last night we were treated to another customers car catching fire and one of the staff (a lovely lady) running back and forth with several jugs of water before it dawned on her that she had a fire extinguisher.
All that that was missing was Basil shouting 'fire, fire'
A great evening and we will definitely return soon.