Our first visit, on a chilly November Sunday, almost didn’t happen, as there was a hand-written notice on the door saying they were only serving food if you had made a reservation. We hadn’t, but we tried our luck, and they gave us a table.
The Sunday day-time menu was basically a choice of several starters, a number of variations on a Sunday roast, and a handful of desserts. This suited us as we’d already decided we fancied a roast, so we chose the roast lamb. For £9 pp we were served with a tasty, filling, and well-prepared Sunday dinner. We had a little room left for dessert, I chose the Apple Crumble & Custard, which was slightly disappointing as it was prepared in a trendy ‘deconstructed’ style, my wife enjoyed her fruit pavlova though.
The bill, with a drink each, came to 30 quid. Not cheap by any means, but it was good quality food, served in very pleasant surroundings, with a stunning view of the sun setting into Cardigan Bay. We’ll definitely return, maybe to try out their fish & chip shop, or to sample their pizzas and burgers.
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