My wife and I went for lunch midweek and were disappointed to find so few patrons - this place really ought to be buzzing, the food is that good.
A limited, and summery, menu was presented with great aplomb and humour by the lady FoH (who we later understood to be the chef's mother) - I wish I had asked her name, because she was a treat, talking to us about the history of the place and how they operated. But you really go to restaurants for food, so...
I had a chicken, bacon and wild mushroom 'carbonara' with papperdelle - it was very good, well seasoned sauce and plenty of the meaty stuff, although I would have like a bit more pasta. My wife had a crab, scallop an prawn linguine which she also said was great, a side portion of very freshly cooked spinach was a worthy accompaniment. Sweet offerings could have been wider, but the ginger cake I had and the other coffee/walnut (cooked by someone's auntie) did the trick.
I look forward to going back when the autumn/winter menu is available.