Popped in here for lunch as I’d heard they had a large range of gins (somewhere in the region of 120 they say!). Lunch was great - my husband had the tomato & basil soup (with smoked cheddar dumplings) followed by fish & chips, whilst I had an item from the tapas menu as a starter (ham hock scotch egg) and chorizo hash for main - all were excellent and well presented. The tapas grazing menu is a brilliant idea with 13 items to chose from at £4.50 each or three for £12. I wasn’t disappointed with the choice of gins either, but did find them rather expensive at around £5 each plus £2 for the tonic.
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