The restaurant is attached to a garden shop and is the primary attraction; great for a light lunch and tea. Very English selection, mostly locally sourced pies and similar for lunch, a good range of puddings and cakes which I assume are made on the premises.
You can either eat in the Conservatory attached to the restaurant or outside; it's nice in the summer or a sunny winter's day in particular, because your kids can wander around the garden and look at the various sculptures.
I used to go there on a regular basis when I lived in the area; my only caveat is that the owner doesn't seem to care for kids very much, which seemed a bit odd given the set-up.
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