Marketplace’s tiny shack of a dining room, with its whitewashed furniture, Laura Ashley neutrals & surfing prints offers a whiff of the Hamptons for the arty types who drop in here. If it’s fine, however, everyone heads for the expansive leafy terrace, where boppy music from the 1950s onwards is piped through loudspeakers & groups sit at white picnic tables eating, chatting or sipping premium-priced Champagne. The restaurant is a firm favourite with the 30something crowd, who come for the jugs of cocktails as much as the food, & offers a hotchpotch of comfort classics such as battered haddock fillets & rib-eye steak with fries, plus the odd foray into the eclectic world of Thai-spiced tuna fishcakes. It’s a fun place, though not as affordable as its hippy looks would suggest.
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