Not so much a restaurant as a place where you can go to eat and someone else does the cooking while you look round a factory. And the shops are a bit of a drag. They've gone for a village look, housing the different types of ware in different buildings, presumably to avoid cross-contamination between cookware and children's confectionery. This means that there is more walking than necessary which will eat into the amount of time you get to spend in the Red Lion afterwards.
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