We went in here looking for a light lunch after our trip around the palace. Turned out to be ideal.
It’s an old fashioned type of tea room, but not stuffy or formal. Friendly and fun.
Lots of home made stuff - I had a scone after my roast beef open sandwich and it was so fresh it can’t have been cool for long. In the toilets they have wee notices inviting locals to donate any unwanted rhubarb from their gardens, and in exchange they’ll get a couple of jars of home made rhubarb jam. A batch of cakes had just come out of the oven (the kitchen is open for all to see) as I paid, tempting me to return later to taste the goodies.
They seem to win awards, and I can see why.
Favorite Dish: The scone with rhubarb jam.
The restaurant always has a lively enjoyable ambiance that doesn't override a secluded special meal. The staff are very accommodating and the smell coming from the Wood fired ovens is truly appetising. Nic & Simone have created an excellent little restaurant here – Booking is advised.
Italian Pastas, Italian Dishes, Steaks and Wood Fired oven Pizza :-)
The wine is impressive and not too pricey
Favorite Dish: Being a meat lover the steaks do it for me.
This quaint little Public house does great meals from around £17 for 3 courses. It has a great Olde Worlde feel but the tourists usually outnumber the locals.