Ate here with my wife and 2y old son in August, 2012. Showed up as they were closing but the owner/manager-on-duty encouraged us to come in anyway. Nice enough menu. My ordered a salad which came out large, fresh and quite delicious. I had a pasta dish that was also quite nice, quite substantial. When we mentioned that we had just rolled in to town and were struggling to find accommodations for the evening, the manager (Michael I think it was) phoned up a guesthouse near-by (Croft Inn, also great...see my review) and secured us a room for the night. Looking out the window, he saw us lost and struggling with direction in our car, he literally ran out on the street and and guided us, on foot, around the corner and down to the next street to the inn. A kind act by a caring, genuine man. It's little things like that that really speak volumes.
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