Welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. Went for Sunday lunch and found the soups to be very nice and the puddings excellent (really nice sorbets with lovely vegan pannacotta or brownies). Let down however by the mains, all of which were overcooked and a bit burnt and a kid's burger was completely frazzled (though quickly replaced). Apart from singed and boring pastry, the mushroom and lentil pie was particularly nice. Kiddies' food could have done with a few veggies on side of 'burger and chips' too. Filling portions and genuine interest from owner made for a very pleasant experience despite these drawbacks.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday May 01, 2012
Cons: Burnt mains