The surroundings are beautiful. Wood panelling, brass lights, pillars and pressed ceilings. The welcome is warm and inviting. We dined early - a pre Ed Sheeran meal - the staff were efficient and knowledgeable. Within 30 minutes the place was humming....full of families feasting on a delicious assortment of pasta and pizza. The starters of bruschetta, antipasto and garlic bread were gone in a flash. Highlights from the mains were the venison pasta, pumpkin ravioli. Simple and delicious food.
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