Answers to some frequently asked questions.

These questions should help you understand the various changes we have made due to Covid-19.

We are open for eat in and takeaway. Please see our Menu.

What are your opening hours?

The week’s opening hours are always on the Home, Menu, Book a Table and Contact pages. Do not rely on Google or Facebook for opening times as these are notoriously inaccurate. If in doubt you can always call us.

Do you take online bookings?

Yes and we encourage you to book online to avoid disappointment. Online bookings are for inside dining only. We will only hold your table for 15 minutes and so if you are running late, you should let us know in plenty of time.

You may dine outside without booking, subject to table availability. Please check table is available and has been sanitised before you sit down.

Do you offer takeaway and delivery?

Takeaway collection is still available. Takeaway orders can be requested in person at the shop or by telephone.

Due to staff limitations, delivery is not available at the moment.

Can we order at the counter?

We operate table service for customers dining inside the restaurant. Ordering at the counter is for Takeaway orders and for eating outside.
For inside diners you can pay your bill after your meal using card or cash at the table or at the counter.
We have limited tables outside and so outside dining is subject to table availability. Please check table is available and has been sanitised before you sit down.

Are buggies and pushchairs allowed?

We have a limited layout and where possible we will try to accommodate buggies and pushchairs, however this will be dependant on how busy we are.

Are you dog friendly?

Yes we sure are, providing of course they are reasonably well behaved.

We’re happy to provide a bowl of water outside if required.

What if customers can only pay with cash?

We will take payment by card or cash. Customers should still sanitise their hands after receiving change – we do!

Can I catch COVID-19 from food?

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness and is known to transmit from person to person, or from the droplets that are generated when an infected person sneezes, coughs or talks.
At the time of writing World Health Organisation experts say that it is highly unlikely that people can contract COVID-19 from food or food packaging.
As a matter of good hygiene practice our staff wash their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and/or sanitise regularly. This is done as a matter of routine, before and after handling food, serving customers and especially after being in a public place, blowing their nose, coughing, or sneezing.

What should I do if I have Covid-19 symptoms?

If you are displaying any Covid-19 symptoms, are self-isolating or have been told by NHS Test and Trace service that you’ve been in contact with a person who has coronavirus (COVID-19), please do not come to the shop for whatever reason.

You should follow the advice from the NHS website –