First visit to St. Peters which is just down the road from us so nice to be able to walk to a restaurant and not worry about driving. It was quite quiet when we first went in but soon filled up so we were lucky to get a table. Our starters were smashing. Soup was chicken and mushroom broth which my husband said was very tasty - quite a small portion but just right for a starter. I had Waldorf salad (just fancied something light and Fawlty Towers came to mind, they hadn't run out of "Waldorfs"!!!). Very tasty and quite filling, beautiful dressing and crisp and crunchy. Main courses were steak with peppercorn sauce and ox cheek - steak tasted like steak used to taste like, a really good flavour and a fairly large portion, ox cheek was rich and tender, with honeyed parsnips which were lovely. We had savoy cabbage and bacon on the side, between us but was more than enough as the food was so very tasty. The bacon was very flavoursome. Puddings were braeburn apple tart with butterscotch sauce and a rhubarb posset. Very tasty. The food was excellent - local ingredients but cooked with care. Our waitress was very friendly but not too friendly and we really enjoyed our first visit here. Prices were reasonable and we will definitely be going back here. The tables were just far enough apart and the atmosphere was cosier now they have a curtain across the big windows facing their courtyard. It does feel a little "empty" but as they've just started out that's to be expected. Pictures on the walls were nice too. I'm sure it will be fantastic in summer in the courtyard. Very much enjoyed it and my husband who is not a man for "nouvelle" style food was pleasantly surprised by the taste and portion sizes. Thank you for a lovely meal.