We visited on a Sunday lunchtime. There is a substantial wine menu, and house wine served in a carafe. For the beer drinkers there is bottled pale ale and Stella. It is run by French people who really know their produce. We opted for a cheese plate, and were able to change this from an 8 to 10 cheese sampler which is served with a basket of bread. We were asked for any preferences about blue, mild, strong, goat and sheep cheeses but were happy to leave the decision to them. When the plate was brought out each cheese was explained to us. There was an excellent range from mild to strong, hard and soft, and some that you would struggle to get anywhere else. We also got a cheese and potato bake made with some very stinky, sinus clearing cheese. Great opportunity to have a taste of cheeses you haven't tried before without committing yourself to having to eat loads. It does work better with a group so that you can get a good variety plate and share it. There is a smaller range of single plates, such as quiche and French onion soup. Charcuterie platters are also available. The venue is relaxed and comfortable. It wasn't too busy when we were there, but it isn't massive so you may need to book if you will be a large party.
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