Just popped in for a snack, had the most amazing beer battered chips with cheese, bacon and sour cream between us. Absolutely lovely. Also tried one of cask beers which was local; the one we wanted had only just been put on and wasn't ready. Went back two days later and had it to accompany another portion of the beer battered chips. We were not disappointed. We returned later the next week with an elderly friend with limited mobility and had the most wonderful meals, stone grilled steaks and stone grilled prawns and scallops. We had chosen to take her out to this restaurant on the basis that it provided good access and parking for someone with limited mobility. On all three visits the staff were very helpful and the ambience in the restaurant was very good. Very well suited to take someone with limited mobility the staff were very considerate of our friend's situation and were accommodating without making an issue out of it. Would certainly recommend it as a great place to eat. The only downside was the music in the early evening wasn't to our taste, either for us as a couple or our elderly friend. That is just personal choice though and doesn't really detract from the excellent food and service, that aside I still give this venue my best revue.
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