We called in here on a dull, bordering on cold day in July, we were starving and it was the contents of the lunch menu posted outside that drew us in. I ordered seafood ravioli and my husband ordered the mince and dumplings. It took ages to be served, truly, I am sure they had forgotten about us, and we ended up having three drinks rather than the one that we had originally planned, so I needed a couple of visits to the toilet and found that they were beautifully decorated and so unusual. The staff were very apologetic when we queried the wait (twice). We were fed up by the time the food eventually arrived but I must say it tasted lovely, not quite worth the (very long) wait but almost! Still worth 4 stars though and we would go back.
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