We visited for lunch and ordered some meat / cheese platters from the menu on the table and a fish dish from the main menu. We met some resistance from the waitress because she believed the platters were for sharing (although it didn't say this on the menu!) but we eventually convinced her that the men in our party had sufficiently large appetites, as they polished off the lot and even had room for dessert! The plates weren't huge (enough to share as a light bite / starter or alone as a main meal) but were fairly expensive, although they did contain a fair amount of meat! The food was very good and the setting very nice, as there is seating outside but in the shade of some plants / trees, one of which was being climbed by a cat when we visited. Just don't be tempted to stroke the cat on the chair by the bar (it's stuffed and alarmingly cold!).
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