An unexpected treat on a windy day when we decided to have lunch out instead of dinner at home. Although the downstairs dining area was fully booked we were taken upstairs to the
'quieter quarter'. There we enjoyed the excellent food and the unusual decor ( with one
quirky tableau in a corner) . My partner & his late wife had dined at the Hotel some years ago
and he was pleased that it has still maintained a fine culinary standard. The staff were well
trained, attentive and happy in their roles. We would certainly recommend this to visitors and
local residents who appreciate fine food. The only criticism would be that the restaurant was
closed when we next decided to visit one weekend so ate at an inferior fish and chip cafe
instead. Prior booking next time?
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