We'd heard a lot about the place and decided to pay a visit. Always a lottery in this part of the world in the school holidays but the place was none the worse for being busy and bustling. Service was very prompt and polite... Welsh speaking staff front of house made the place feel homely straight away. I was reminded of small town American eateries - full of families enjoying communal eating - not a bad thing. Food was not spectacular but very enjoyable and nicely cooked. The beer was excellent locally brewed real ale. Bill was around £50 for two. But who cares eh ? Cracking surroundings and given the place's background you could eat with a social conscience. Excellent idea with a real quality feel to it. Will be back soon, hope you keep it open over winter. Check out the paintings on the lower floor...guaranteed to make think. Reservations in a limited part of the restaurant - no need to book elsewhere.
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