Gordon and the team can’t wait to welcome you back!


If all goes to plan and we stay on track with the road map, we are pleased to say we will be back open from Thursday 15th April. Whilst we are having to adapt to serve you all outside, for what we hope will only be 5 weeks. We have had to make a few changes to our usual menu offering and opening hours.

Our menu will be slightly different to our usual offering and more details can be found here

Our opening hours will be as follows:
Thursday – Saturday

Drinks – 12pm – 9pm (Last orders 8:15pm)
Food – 12pm – 8pm
Drinks – 12-6pm (Last orders 5:30pm)
Food – 12pm – 4pm

Our Purefoy Pod will be open during this time and bookings are currently being taken.
If you are looking to book please don’t hold off as the pod is being booked fast!
More details on the pod and the pod hire fee can be found here.

Whilst we hope the weather will be sunny enough for everyone to enjoy dining outside, we have thought about the rainy days too! Should the weather be raining we will have a marquee on our patio area that will enable you to enjoy your visit come rain or shine.

Bookings for the garden area are open and tables can be booked online via our booking system or emailing us on [email protected]

We hope that this will only be for the 5 weeks and we can return to our usual menus and inside dining on 18th May.
Fingers crossed! 🤞

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