Limited menu, but what they do, they do very well!
Everything looked fresh and appetising, from the cakes to the 'special' scotch eggs.
I had the bacon sandwich on very fresh white bread with chilli jam. My wife had butternut squash soup with a large hunk of granary bread. Seating inside is limited, but on a nice summer day there is plenty of outside seating.
Free carafes of tap water was a nice touch.
The clientele seemed to be full of regulars who knew exactly what they wanted and judging by their dress, they were not short of money. The produce prices in the farm shop itself seemed expensive, but if it was genuine local produce then that was understandable - you get what you pay for.
Only down side - toilets were basic portacabins.
We will definitely call in again if we are passing at a lunchtime.
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