We visited at a Thursday lunchtime. The restaurant was nearly full and I was glad that we had booked. Although an Xmas menu was offered, the 'Specials' chalkboard was also in operation (£10.95 for 2 courses if you are a senior citizen). My wife chose melon with elderflower, followed by baked haddock in lemon and chive sauce with new potatoes. I started with a baked goat's cheese and beetroot salad, followed by faggots, bubble & squeak and onion gravy. The melon was not particularly tasty and was decorated with small pieces of mango and a sweet red sauce (which was presumably the elderflower constituent). My goat's cheese salad was quite OK and well dressed. The generously sized faggots were tasty and there was a good amount of onion gravy. A fresh black pepper-grinder was available on request. My wife's haddock was good with a well-made sauce. The accompanying dish of vegetables was well heated, with the carrots, sprouts and swedes pleasantly al dente. I had a glass of Chilean merlot, which tasted pleasantly of berry fruit. My wife was happy with her Chilean sauvignon blanc and an iced carafe of tapwater was served to us. All in all, the meal was well cooked homely fare and very good value.
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