The restaurant is located in an ex-church,very original, our b&b owner suggested it among other places: we didn't regret choosing it!
The place has a very warmly feel to it, big tables, quite separated from one another.
We ordered grilled salmon with potatoes and onions, it come with a delicate and ever so delicious cream sauce, and a steak (I think the name of the dish was Dunken Bull...) with a whisky sauce, which was also very tasty. The dish originally come with a Guinness and red wine sauce, but we asked if we could change, and the owner who took our order was more than willing to change anything to our requests. He even changed a side dish. We were also brought a spinach cream sauce, very nice.
We did wait a bit, but we were given bread buns and butter, and the staff were extremely kind and available to all customers.
We were too full to eat dessert but all they had looked delicious, leave some space!
Prices are very reasonable, we spent £ 24 for 2 people.
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