World Service Restaurant
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Close to the castle, this is a good choice for cheap cheerful sandwiches, bagels and ciabatta, light pasta and salads and...
Lonely Planet review
Set in the courtyard of a 17th-century mansion and decked out with a eclectic selection of Asian ornaments, World Service feels rather colonial, but the tantalising food is firmly modern British with plenty of local produce – come at lunchtime for cheaper set menus. Bookings recommended.