A lovely, warm relaxed setting with friendly and professional staff. Great art on the walls, good lighting, comfortable seating, and a good (but not loud) buzz of conversation created a great atmosphere for dinner. The menu was interesting and we loved our starters/snacks of padron pepper, scotch eggs and a sheep's cheese salad. Our main course of a chicken between two was ok but a bit heavy and dull. The stuffing in particular was disappointingly tasteless. Overall it was good hearty fare, not fine dining. The wine list seemed a bit out of step with the food. Although there were bottles in the £40 plus range, many of the wines were much more expensive (up to the £4k range). Maybe their target audience is wine connoisseurs with hearty appetites and bulging wallets?
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