You can book at The Bridge now, before you just turned up and hoped. Virginia and I eat early so we beat the rush.
Another building with character which I like, I want to believe the wooden beams are genuine and indeed they may be. There's an open fire, and soft armchairs for those waiting. The staff are pleasant and friendly.
The menu includes pheasant and partridge, and a bubble and squeak starter. So not run of the mill, but not haute cuisine either. They now come to your table to take your order, before you had to go to the bar.
Entrance to The Bridge
One area with tables