It was a cold day and opening the heavy door we were hit with a wave of warmth from a nearby fire. Warmth exudes from the restaurant - and not just from the fire or their huge pizza oven. There is a welcoming vibe, friendly staff and open plan dining experience with a mixture of small and large tables and booths. There is also a spacious outdoor dining area that would be a sensational, sunny, socialising spot in summer with great views of the Clyde hills.
dishes were satisfactory.