We were quite excited to try this new venue, so we booked a table for the evening meal. Trying to find the place was a nightmare, the main road to the junction turn off is very busy so trying to find a sign was quite difficult in the dark, it suddenly loomed up at the junction but was not easily visible at night as it is not lit up. We finally arrived at the end of a very long country lane (nice during daylight hours) to find a large car park,(careful ladies if wearing heels as its a gravel laid car park). The building is fabulous! light airy and welcoming. The building fab, decor is modern and suited to its originality of a brewery, lighted candles in bottles on table don't CLASSIFY IT AS A RESTAURANT, hence the rating! The atmosphere is nice but you get the feeling that you should eat n go (closes early) The meal itself was very average but presented beautifully, I feel the cost of the meal was reflected in the quality of the crockery/utensils not of the meal itself, very disappointed in the food! We had the mussels, good portion size but very salty & tasteless, shame really! The menu could do with an overhaul if its to be classed as a restaurant as at present its suited to more of a cafe/bar, with a couple of 'grown-up' choices. Great place for a beer, burger n chat! but a bit out of the way to just drop in. Get the menu right, open later & maybe it'll become the in place.
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