Everards brewery with good range of beers. Great atmosphere in period pub. Nice smallish range of lunches but fresh with great service. Pub dog Otis is a legend!
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Fascinating interior with stone slab floors and a real fire. A reasonable menu at a very reasonable price. They have some interesting bitters too. Pleasant staff and good service.
A smashing log fire made us feel very welcome at lunch time. Good menu, not expensive. Very old pub with some interesting features and a comfy, pleasant atmosphere. Very pleasant staff, I bet the outside area is beautiful in the garden in summer.
We British pie awards judges always pop over for beers after judging savory pies all day. Great traditional British beers, full bar and food. Was Thomas Cromwell's home before he was executed then King Henry the vIII gave it to the wife he let live;...More
It was a cold night and everything seemed to come with salad. But when I asked for hot veg which wasn't on the menu it wasn't a problem. the staff were attentive.
Nice looking pub inside and out with a great history behind it. Nice real fire no music and very welcoming. All the staff we consistently good and served us at the right speed. We did not feel rushed at all. There was a choice of...More