This characterful Grade I listed merchant’s house sits on the historic quayside. It’s a vast place, with a rustic ground floor bar featuring flagged floors, cast iron pillars and exposed brickwork, and an upstairs restaurant characterised by sloping floors, wonky ceilings and carved beams.
Passionate chef-owner Kenny Atkinson fell in love with the place at first sight and wants a visit here to be a real experience from start to finish. He is helped along by an engaging, knowledgeable serving team and a sommelier who recommends some great wine matches for the well-balanced tasting menus. Accomplished, creative dishes evolve as ingredients come into season, with only top quality produce being used. The attractively presented dishes are well-thought-out and flavours have plenty of depth – and there’s the occasional playful touch in evidence too.
- MICHELIN guide inspectors
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