Frequently Asked Questions

When are you open??

We open Wednesday to Sunday. All day on Saturday & Sunday

When do you serve food?

We are open between Wednesday and Sunday we allocate tables for lunch at 12 pm, 12.30 pm, 1 pm, 1.30 pm and 2 pm.  Tables for dinner are available at either 6 pm, 6.30 pm, 7 pm, 7.30 pm, 8 pm, 8.30 pm and 9 pm.

We also serve a Bar menu on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays between 12pm and 9pm.

Do you have 2 sittings?

No, we don’t have 2 sittings.  Once you have booked your table it is yours for the evening.  We do try and stagger the bookings to ensure that the kitchen is not overloaded and guests do not all arrive at the same time.

Do you allow dogs in the Restaurant?

Yes, we do allow well behaved dogs but in the bar area only.  We will still offer the Restaurant Menu in the Bar so you are not just restricted to bar snacks.

Are children welcome?

Yes, children are very welcome in the Restaurant.  We don’t have a children’s menu but can offer most dishes on the menu for half the listed price.  We are also happy to adapt some dishes to suit our younger diners.  We can provide high chairs so please let us know when you book.

Do you have disabled facilities?

Yes we do.  We have 5 tables in the downstairs section of the restaurant with plenty of room between tables to allow for a wheelchair to manoeuver, step free access and a disabled toilet.

Is there parking nearby?

Yes, we have our own car park right next door.  We also have permission to use the Parish Hall Car park opposite as overflow parking but only if absolutely necessary as the Parish Hall does get extremely busy too.

Is there overnight parking?

There is no overnight parking available.  Any cars left in our car park overnight are at their own risk.

Do I have to pre-order the Taster Menu?

No you don’t.  We have a 5 course and an 11 course Taster Menu that we offer each day.  We would recommend that you are booked in by 1.30 pm at lunch time and by 8 pm for dinner to allow sufficient time to enjoy it.

Is there a dress code?

No there isn’t.  Muddy boots are welcome in the Bar but dinners might prefer to wear something a little smarter for the Restaurant. 

Can you cope with dietary requirements?

Yes we can.  We often get asked to cater for specific dietary requirements and many of our dishes can be adapted to suit with a few minor revisons.  Please let us know at least 48 hrs in advance and we’ll do our best to provide something suitable for you.

Do I need to pay a deposit?

A deposit as such is not required but we do require card details from each booking and we do have a cancellation policy, providing you cancel or amend your booking more that 48 hrs before your reservation you will not be charged anything, but in the case of a no show or cancellation after the 48 hour period the person who booked the table will be charged £50 per person. Certain circumstances will be taken into consideration.

Do you have a function room?

No we don’t have a function room but we have tables spread over two floors so could book out either the upstairs area which seats 40 or downstairs area which seats 20.

Is a service charge added?

There is NO discretionary service charge.

Can I get a wine flight to accompany my Taster Menu?

Yes you can.  The wine flight to accompany the 5 taster menu is £35 and the wine flight for the 11 course taster costs £55.

Do you charge a corkage fee if we bring our own wine?

Yes, if you would like to bring your own wine, we will charge £8 per bottle of wine and £10 for Champagne.

Can I order a Birthday / Celebration Cake?

Yes you can but please let us know one week in advance.  We charge £8.00 per person for a cake.  Alternatively, we can always decorate a desert plate with ‘Happy Birthday’ etc. at no extra cost.

Can I arrange balloons, flowers etc?

Yes you can but please no confetti as this does stain our wooden tables.  Please let us know so that we can ensure the table is ready for you to decorate.

Are you open for Christmas or New Year’s Day?

No, we will be closed on the 25th & 26th December, as well as the 1st January.