We went here towards the end of our holiday for dinner and it was lovely. Nice atmosphere, attentive staff and and good food.
To start i had the Fried Brie Fingers (it was a joy to learn Brie had fingers as i had not known this prior to my starter - hehe) with what appeared to be plum jam (the brie was delicious though!).
The ball and chain had mussels which were very large but tasty i was told (again i didn't get get a look in - hence no photo!).
Spaghetti Bolognese was main for me (i had a pasta craving) but sadly it wasn't up to much and lacked some flavour. The other half has a cod in a seafood sauce which was very lovely but made us reminisce about the boil in the bag frozen cod...(not a bad thing!)
One comment is that the slope into the restaurant is extremely steep (we had a guest in a wheel chair with us) and even I, in wedge heels, had to be helped back down the slope by an attentive waiter as it was a little precarious after a glass or 2 of wine!
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