Booked a saturday lunch in advance, with five in the party spanning four generations. Dining area was a bit uncomfortable (cheap napkins and a slightly ill-fitting tablecloth), but fine dining this ain't - you're going for an authentic wiltshire-sourced meal which is ethically sound and wholesome. I tasted 3 of my party's dishes, and while I would have seasoned them ever so slightly differently, all plates were empty by the end of the meal. Plenty of choice in desserts too, but the coffee seems to have been over-roasted (even an espresso is dark roast, but this tasted of charcoal - possibly bad luck). Overall, staff were friendly and food was great, so one point off for the coffee, lack of vegetarian main or children's menu options and a disregard for allergen friendly food preparation. The eatery is attached to a country food shop with several artist studios in the converted stables. Overall, an enjoyable and distracting afternoon. We'll be back next time we're passing through!
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