Had lunch with a few friends here recently and it was fabulous. The restaurant itself is a quaint cottage with lovely furnishing and a fantastic view. There are tables outside also which we were lucky enough to be able to spend some time at in the sun.
The menu is lovely and seems to use all local produce. There's a great selection of wine too.
The three of us couldn't pass up the special of the day which was open crab sandwiches. Homemade white and brown bread, beautiful salad and super fresh and tasty crab. The presentation was gorgeous.
We had a coffee afterwards which was really good too and needed to face into corkscrew hill where we met a bus on one of the smaller bends. I would definitely make the effort to go have lunch here.
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