Situated on the site of the former Mackenzie’s café - the building was transformed thanks to the painstaking work of the team of architects, specialist restorers and contractors. It proved very challenging, not least because parts of the building are 11th century and listed. Much of the work was carried out by hand to avoid the risk of damage from machinery. The Hungry Guest café features an open plan kitchen so that you can see the team of chefs at work and guests are able to enjoy the surroundings from a choice of seating arrangements, including family friendly booths and comfy chesterfield couches on the first floor.
by Sue on 19 May 2019
Whilst the atmosphere downstairs feels cosy and it's lovely to find restaurant that isn't so noisy it impacts conversation, it definitely needs a bit of background music I would say. I would also say the waiting staff could be a bit more attentive on the drinks orders.
by Keitha Geddes on 29 Mar 2019
Food was good and staff very friendly.
by Jane Marr on 17 Nov 2018
We were a party of 5 and the food was fabulous. A really lovely setting for a Friday evening meal. It was a bit quiet but that did mean I could hear everyone speak.
by Ruth on 14 Oct 2018
Lovely atmosphere, delicious food and friendly staff. Disappointed that Pecan pie is on the menu but each time I eat here it is never available.
by GFS on 02 Oct 2018
Regular customers who are never disappointed with the quality of food on offer.