Centrally located in the town with parking in the street or nearby. Smart looking place however it has a relaxed atmosphere and you’ll be welcomed whether you’ve dressed up for an occasion or are just casual. Best to book at weekends when it can be busy.
The menu gets changed fairly often and even on our most recent visit a few of the listed items had been changed on the day although there are a few popular dishes which remain constant. There is usually around six to eight choices of each course and an offer of two courses for £15.95 or three for £21.95 with the occasional supplement.
There is now a room above the restaurant for private functions.
We were in recently to mark the occasion of our Anniversary although we don't usually need any excuse! For starters my wife had a Parcel of Haggis, neeps and tatties (served in pastry) with the whisky sauce on the side by request whilst I opted for Panko Breaded Goats Cheese. For mains I had Salmon with prawns, green beans and potatoes and my wife had Pork with honey & mustard sauce accompanied by kale, cabbage & bacon and spring onion mashed potatoes. So far, so good - all the food was nicely cooked, well presented and flavoursome. To finish we had a Sticky Ginger Pudding with butterscotch sauce and vanilla icecream and a Pear & Bramble Crumble served with custard - both very good.
By the time we’d added a bottle of Chilean Sauvignon Blanc and a couple of coffees our bill was just under £66.
Service was pleasant as usual and although the atmosphere was good at the earlier stage of the meal we were unexpectedly last to leave by 9.30pm (beyond the advertised hours) so possibly best to dine early.