One historical venue, two dining rooms and tons of ambience. James Thomson opened the Witchery in 1979 in the Witchery by the Castle hotel. Its wood panelling, red leather and candlelit interior lending it a classy reputation; the even more romantic Secret Garden followed in 1989. Neither are cheap and the cooking perhaps hasn't kept up with the Kitchins or Kitchings of this world (see restaurant 21212). However, the food - mains might include saddle of rabbit or monkfish ossobuco - is still of a good standard and the wine list is a local legend.