Quaint is clearly what they're aiming for in this wooden wonder: fairy lights, multiple floor levels, a central open fire place and chairs and benches made of large pieces of rough-hewn wood and/or lengths of branch. All very picaresque but also very uncomfortable.
That, and the mark-up on wine, are about the only major drawbacks. The staff are young, eager, helpful gave us very good service. Nothing was too much trouble. He food was good gastropub standard (at lunch time). Great fish and chips but the twee miniature buckets for the mushy peas and the tartare sauce, together with the metal chip basket, made it more difficult to eat. Good burger and chips. The child's portion of sausage and mash was generous and the sausages were of excellent quality: what a shame about the nasty "Bisto" gravy.
A bottle of Picpoul de Pinet was £24:00, a £15:00 mark-up on retail - and the Duchess will not pay retail.
Enjoyable for kids but there were plenty of childless groups, including young couples in a restaurant full to bursting. I'd have given 5* but for the prices. But then this is a destination in its own right so they'll get away with stiff prices.
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