Charming location with a good menu, but what you pick determines how much you enjoy your meal. The people who picked anything with salad in got an indeterminate mass of green stuff with very little else. The beeetroot and orange salad was mostly green stuff with a small amount of betroot and orange barely able to taste it.
Those who picked the home made lasagne (vegetarian) or mint and pea soup were happier. I am told by regulars their fish and chips are good enough to die for, but on the night we went they had sold out. The sauce for the mussels was also very good. My mackerel salad again was mostly mystery green stuff - the mackerel was nice enough but I do think a salad needs more ingredients.
The place advertises itself as dog friendly - we thought this applied to the pub side of the building but in fact it meant people ate at the table with their dogs underneath, occasionally wandering about. I was shocked by the hygiene implications of this - not being in the habit of eating with dogs present. Some small children were petrubed by large dogs and I think perhaps if you are not really a serious dog lover - possibly to the point of allowing your pooch to sleep with you - then this is not your ideal restaurant.
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