Vast and characterful, this rustic restaurant is housed in a Grade I listed former merchant’s house on the historic quayside. Flagged floors, cast iron pillars and exposed brickwork feature downstairs, with equal amounts of character upstairs courtesy of sloping floors, wonky ceilings and carved beams. Detailed, original dishes are based around fine produce and offer clear, effective flavours that are well thought through. The young service team run the restaurant well and are refreshingly unstuffy in their approach.
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