For anyone out there with strong eco-credentials we'd really like to recommend the chips. In fact most of the ingredients on the menu are sourced from an array of local producers, but the decision to use waste chip fryer oil to power a generator takes things one step further. After a spell in which ownership seemed to change on a regular basis, the current incumbents have been in charge since September 2007 after moving on from another local venture. There has been a bit of a refit and they've put their own stamp on the place, which always appears to do a brisk trade. There is plenty of space for drinkers, though clearly much of the custom comes from food sales. There is also a dedicated restaurant section if you choose to book ahead.
Reviewed by squirrel
11 Apr 2008