It's not so much the Caribbean slant that the menu has, where pub staples rub shoulders with jerk chicken, as the slightly strange ambience that seems to cross a pub with a tea room. That's not a bad thing - in fact it's probably a good thing - but it is unusual. You don't, for instance, usually see cakes piled up on a pub counter.
The food was good and fair priced. In fact it was very good value. Service I'd describe as fine - efficient but not overly friendly - and I'd probably put that down to a very busy lunchtime. And the beers are interesting and local. And very well kept. So probably more pub than tearoom!
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