This restaurant, which will have rooms early in 2013, has only just opened following the closure of Indi's. The decor of Indi's has been maintained but the furniture is more classic and homely, rather than modern and chic.
The staff were very pleasant, there was a roaring fire on what was a very cold night so that was really nice and the food was absolutely perfect. I had goats cheese tart for starter, which was not what I expected. It was a round of light puff pastry with goats cheese, beetroot salad and leaves and was really nice and light. My husband had a large crab claw which was the special. We then went on to have the whole plaice, melted in your mouth and belly of pork which apparently just fell apart. By now we were rather full so we shared a sweet of bramley apple polenta with clotted cream and I had a cappacino which was very nice coffee indeed, I am not normally a great coffee drinker and often find that when I round off the meal with a coffee I am disappointed with it but not this time. My husband drank draught beer and I had house white wine - again very nice.
The cost was under £70 for everything which I thought was extremely reasonable and we were asked for our opinion on what we thought of the restaurant and meal. The only comment we would make is that the windows need blinds up at them and we passed this on to the restaurant manageress.
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