Chose this restaurant for Sunday lunch and my initial advice is that it's very busy and reservations are strongly recommended. Was expecting pub/restaurant however it's the other way with the major focus on food as the seating was set up for dining as the majority (don't know if this is just a Sunday lunch arrangement).
Decor is good and you can purchase some if the paintings if you want, service is very attentive and prices competitive for the area.
The one disappointment for me was the main course, where the roast beef was a major let down, it seemed as though it was sliced beef from a supermarket reheated and not cut from a joint as we had experienced elsewhere (don't know if this is why it's 10.75 considerably lower than elsewhere), to be fair though the starters and desserts were good.
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