We ate here on a very wet and windy lunchtime in late October. The log burner struggled to lift the temperature but the food and the welcome helped lift the spirits. The soup was warming and definitely not from a packet. Tea (leaf not bagged) was served in china cups and saucers and was very much appreciated. the food was hot and freshly prepared, but the time taken to serve belied the number of people in the place, almost deserted, but very slow - although the staff were very friendly. Well priced and tasty.
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