Dropped in to check out the real ales. Good selection includes Timothy Taylor Landlord at a good price. Busy local!
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Popped into this bright, clean pub restaurant because the Blue Boar around the corner had such a miserable owner at the bar. Was NOT disappointed! Firstly, the staff were ALL very friendly & made us feel welcome right away. Secondly, the food was great; the...More
this was an unplanned, unbooked , Friday evening 8 pm event. Was not expecting anything worthy of praise since a previous visit several years ago was dreadful. Surprise surprise - it was packed to the gunwales and the excellent service said we would have to...More
A very nice country pub with a nice atmosphere and good food. We went there for a nice evening meal on a Saturday evening, the atmosphere within the pub was nice and friendly. The food and the service were good and reasonably priced. It was...More
A very warm and welcoming village pub with a lovely open fire. We booked a Sunday lunch for 12 adults and 5 young kids. The service was fantastic and there was an ample choice of meals other than Sunday lunch. All the kids all had...More
We dropped in for lunch and were welcomed warmly. The service is very friendly, and the pub seems very popular with the locals (always a good sign). The interior is cosy and charming. I had a cheese pizza- lots of cheese. My partner had fish...More
Good value tasty food but why detract from this by serving it on an unhygienic bit of wood? On the second visit one dish was served on a plate the other on the dreaded wood. Support from neighbouring tables when we asked for a plate...More