Popped in on a busy Mother's Day and they were able to serve us and were welcoming even though they were really busy. Good food allergy/intolerance awareness, and the staff are willing to check with the cook if they are not 100% sure.
Decore is a little mid 1990's but it is clean and airy. They hold theme nights so if you are in the local area or visiting you might want to go to their website for further details. http://www.goodcompanionsrestaurant.co.uk/
Only one female toilet cubical which is also the disabled toilet and baby changing room but it is clean. Small lock on door which people with a hand disability or arthritis etc may have problems with.
Parking I could see in high season being a problem as there is limited space outside of the restaurant but there is an other car park further in the garden centre which can be used.
Husband was very impressed by the Cake.
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