I took a couple of customers to the Old Bridge for lunch on the recommendation of another customer (Thanks Geoff)
Traffic in this little place can be quite heavy and to be honest after missing the entrance to the carpark twice in the one-way system I gave up and parked at the Co-op.
Outside it looks like the solid old building that it is ... but inside is a real surprsie ... very swanky and contemporary indeed.
There is a lot of seating available outside and on the beautiful day we went, the place was heaving.
Excellent selection of hot and cold food all nicely cooked / presented.
My only gripe would be that the staff seemed to be a little overwhelmed by the number of customers which resulted in quite a wait (45 mins) for our 3 x hot sandwiches and having to sit looking at the previous diners plates until our food arrived ... but as I say, the weather was glorious and every man and his dog appeared to want to visit the village where "Last of the Summer Wine" was filmed ... and eat at the same place we did !
Overall very good indeed. Pity it's so far away from me in the Midlands because I'd love to take the wife and kids there for an evening meal.