Sunday lunch at this good inn was a pleasant experience. It has a cosy bar and an attractive restaurant. The food is quite an odd mix which meant a careful choice including a small and expensive fruit de Mer to be ordered 48 hrs in advance! ...and other fish dishes. The hake was well cooked but nothing exceptional. The roast came with a pot of cauliflower cheese and was of a good standard. Service was stretched ,but it was Easter Sunday. Downham is a lovely village and a populat tourist attraction. The inn caters for walkers to dressed up Sunday lunchers, but booking is advisable.
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