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Review by craig sayce on 21st August, 2008

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Well i cant realy add more than what has already been said the food was the best i have had in a long time and as i do not have full use of my hands the staff passed this to the cheif who cut my food (Rob Roy Steak)up for me i and my friends will be going back again for more fantastic food.

Date visited: 17/08/2008

Review by Trevor Potts on 10th March, 2007

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Outstanding. I have eaten here before, and it seems to get better each time. For me the special thing is: if you want something slightly different it's not a problem, ask the staff, they are Polite, Helpfull and very freindly. 10 out of 10

Date visited: 8th March 2007

Review by Roger Organ on 14th November, 2006

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Excellent hospitality. Catered for a group of 14 of us, emailed us with a menu should we wish to pre order. This we took advantage of and everyone got exactly what they wanted. The food was an excellent selection of local meat and seafood (which the proprietor selects at a local fish market. It was all cooked beautifully. The hosts could not of been more attentive and everything was very reasonably priced. Good value, good time!

Date visited: Oct 06

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