Visited for a mid week evening meal with my partner and her parents. Very impressed with what looks like a very recent refurbishment, got a bit of a New England look going on. Service was good with the waitress' being very friendly and attentive.
The in-laws both had the coq o vin, and both declared it a success, both saying they'd definitely have it again. My better half had the hake which I think was probably the best I've seen and wished I'd gone for it myself.
I had the chowder which at £19 was one of the most expensive dishes on the menu. It was really good I must say, but for that price I did expect more than 2 king prawns! I then finished off with the cheese and biscuits. This was why the score has dropped to a 4. Far too many crackers and bread (bread on a cheese board ??? Hmmm) and only 3 small pieces of brie, cheddar and Skipton all the size of which would have fitted on your average mouse trap, what a let down and a missed opportunity when there are so many good local cheeses.
In summary, fab place, fab service, decent food just avoid the cheese board
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