Frankly, this place -based on our visit - is not really a restaurant at all. It is dated, lacks any atmosphere, and has a poor menu. We visited because of the location, and because it was convenient. Lesson learnt. The menu was poor, badly served, and we left before finishing the mains. We went home and had a lovely cheese sandwich made with fabulous bread from Chesters (next door) at our holiday cottage - it was delicious. The food is borderline school dinners, and very unimaginative. We gave them two chances to get the main course right (according to their own menu) before we called it a night. The waiting staff 'did their best', but I do not have a clue what the chef was up to. Really poor - the setting deserves so much more. I am sure the food in the pub next door MUST be better.
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