The plain frontage conceals a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Service was excellent: calm, attentive and not intrusive.
I had grey mullet on samphire to start with, followed by a summer vegetable risotto and bara brith bread and butter pudding. The wines were a Verdejo and a Malbec, inexpensive and delicious. We were offered a complimentary cream of sweetcorn soup: superb and far from superfluous. The flavours of the mullet and samphire worked perfectly, especially with the charred lemon. The risotto rose above the ordinary with crunchy summer veg, a generous sprig of pea shoots and a wedge of goat's cheese. The bara brith bread and butter pudding was all the better for the remains of my daughter's crème brulee (the idea of an pina colada shot was inspiring and it was to die for).
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