We went as a family at 6.30 on a Monday night with no one else in the restaurant and we hadn't booked. Initial service was a little frosty with table 9 being allocated to us but needed it back by 8 (which was fine). However we were pointed to the table and found it ourselves. Having said this, the restaurant is very inviting with a relatively select menu. Note there are no kids meals but they do smaller portions which are reasonably priced and very good quality. I had the steak burger which I found very disappointing. A cooked burger in a standard burger, fries (in a mug), bit of salad, toms, gherkin and sweet onion relish. My wife had the Halloumi salad which was great. The cider battered haddock and chips was superb. Service was reasonable with a standard service charge added. Price was around £31 a head without wine and no starter or dessert.
All in all lovely little pub and location. I can't help feeling its trying too hard to be something it isn't.
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