Four of us dined here on a weekend night.
The place itself is a lovely historic house, very comfortable, The vibe is low-key and inviting. There is live music on the weekends. We had a folk/soft rock duo who were fine but loud if you're trying to talk.
Food was average. Shepherd's pie was salty, burger okay, salmon unremarkable. The others loved their desserts, though, and the hummus appetizer was good.
We'd go again and sit at the bar but probably not return for dinner.
Spotty service but waitress Anna was excellent.
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