We went here with friends so were a group of 6. The front of the Inn is a very small pub area, so if you want to go there to drink you will find that it is a bit of a thoroughfare. The back restaurant area is an extension, and while quite nice doesn't have much character. They have added some character by having the kitchen open - makes it a bit interesting but we did have to have a word with the chef as his two assistants were both absent-mindedly licking their fingers as they plated up the food.....
As for the food, I had fish and chips which was ok - the batter was rather hard but flavourful. The chips were over-cooked and rather solid, and the minted pea puree had so much mint in it that I could only have a couple of mouthfuls.
Other meals were a risotto, lemon sole and halloumi. These were again all ok, but the halloumi was very salty, which meant the person eating it had had enough by the time she was half way through.
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