From the outside it looked like a pub that served food, how wrong my first impressions were. On entering the decor was lovely, there is a small bar area on the right with tables and seating, we were given a very friendly greeting by the bar man. We ordered drinks and took a seat in the bar whilst we perused the menu, we were told we could eat wherever we liked, we opted for the restaurant area, a lovely lady called Holly took our order and stayed she would show us through once our starters were ready. The restaurant was at the rear of the building, a lovely area, nice ambience, white table cloths etc. The food did not disappoint us either, one of the best meals I've had and good value for money. I had hummus to start, followed by pan fried chicken (fabulous), would've been rude not to try dessert, opted for the Bailey's creme brulee (divine). Can't wait to go back.
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