We visited in the week of Stone's Food and Wine Festival. The building is in a small piece of ancient Stone that is very charming. Rather than have Tapas we opted for the Portugese Buffet that was a special feature of this week. Although we had booked with the Taste Card after the meal we decided it would have been too cheeky to have used it and so paid full price as it was good value. The interior is unusual and shows evidence of its previous incarnation as an Indian restaurant - over the top decoration in the bar area.
The food was tasty and different and yes it is not served piping hot, but thats in common with many countries with a hot climate the locals do serve it at this temperature. Staff are incredibly friendly and helpful. In the summer you can eat outside near the picture perfect babbling brook. If you dine before seven, two tapas cost five pounds so incredible good value.
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