again we were visiting our past , it had been over 30 years since we had been to the lamb . It was lunch time and a rainy November Monday , so there were not many customers about . but this old Cotswold inn had not changed too much , the bar had opened up a bit and the dining room at the back was larger. as we only wanted lunch and there were not many people about we settled in the corner of the bar . the staff were friendly and chatty. My eyes went straight to the lamb suet pudding on the menu as I needed warming up and my husband went for my second favorite the pork belly . we made one error here we did not check the vegetables that came with the dishes , no chips ! but we needn't have worried the lamb pudding which was huge came with ,carrots ,parsnips and a large amount of kayle and the pork with sauteed potatoes and special onions . as my pudding was so huge we went halves and my husband enjoyed my kayle as well , but after hearing other diners raving about the chips we did miss them a little bit , but at the end of the meal our plate were empty and we were stuffed . and our revisit to the lamb was voted a success .
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