We have visited this little inn on two previous occasions and must say that if it has changed hands for us it seems to be for the better.
We went there for lunch after a long coastal walk and thought the food was superb. It was so pleasing to have a place that does not reserve it best food for evening diners, (all too often dining pubs do 'pub grub' at lunch time and keep their more adventurous dishes for the evening menu; we are always disappointed by this as we like to have our main meal in the afternoon).
My Crab mournay was divine and I would have it again in a heartbeat; wish the Halzephron was closer to home, my husband had Hake with pesto which also met with enthusiastic approval. The same was true of the desserts .... fabulous! My husband is something of a crumble expert (chooses this dessert whenever it is available) and he was raving about the home made Halzephron version!
We felt the staff couldn't have been more helpful and friendly and they obviously didn't mind that we were one of the last to arrive before it closed for food orders.
It's a shame that some people seem to have had less happy experiences here, maybe they just came on an off day! We just couldn't fault it.More
- Breakfast included