First visit in October 2013 for dinner and again in April 2014 for afternoon tea. Homely and quirky in a really nice way, feels more like eating at home than a restaurant, but in a really charming and inclusive way. Food is very good and really well done, it is the classic small menu but all done to high standard and quality. Really worth seeking out for dinner or afternoon tea in the sunshine.
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