We visited this pub after a break and found that it had changed hands. Fortunately little has changed as regards the ambiance and decor and it is a very attractive place. There is a good selection of Harvey's ales, all well kept and the welcome and service were good. However, the food was a disappointment from what is has been in the past. My husband had the pie of the day - pretty average - with a substandard batch of vegs. The mashed potato resembled "Smash" and the broccoli should have been pre-fixed with the work "resurrection" in that it had probably arisen after three days of death. Whatever, it had been heated up at least once before. My starter of asparagus with poached egg was average and the green salad accompanying it was fresh but spoiled by a too vinegary dressing which I could have sworn had come out of a bottle but was assured was made in-house. A pity.
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