We visited for lunch on a rainy March afternoon. This was my second time there. When we arrived we were lucky to get a table as it is a busy spot with people coming and going. We were greeted with a warm welcome and even a joke or two with other guests!
I had a really great fresh salad the previous visit so was torn with what to go for. Stick to what I knew or try something else. I opted for a fresh tasty warm goats cheese salad with homemade brown bread and I could not get enough of it...definitely recommend...my partner had a have fish which he was very happy with. We couldn't leave without trying a homemade desert and again, this went down really well.
Prices were reasonable for what we got.
Friendly atmosphere, good food, clean environment, lovely surroundings.
If you're heading that road, I'd recommend popping in.
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