Went for this midweek meal with my wife. Heard about the place from Shropshire Food blog.
Greeted by amiable mein host at the bar. Roaring log fire was very welcome on this cold windy night.
Appeared to be a few locals in the bar area with their dogs, very well behaved (the dogs too!)
Good selection of wines on offer, we had a Chilean Merlot at £18.95 (my wife drank most as I was driving. Mein host offered the screw top back to us, just in case we wanted to take any of the undrunk wine home. Nice touch.
We were shown to a seating area behind the 2 way facing log fire, with really comfy and accommodating sofa's.
All food was freshly cooked. For starters I had Whitebait nibbles £4, a particular favourite of mine and my wife had the breads with oil and balsamic £5.
For main I had Pie of the day which was Pulled Pork and Cabbage. I can genuinely say it was one of the best pies I have ever had and good value at £13. Served with thrice cooked chips and garden peas, I would definitely have it again.
My wife had battered Haddock Tail again with thrice cooked chips, pea puree and tartar sauce £13. Really crispy light batter and succulent fish.
Too full for a pudding so can't comment on those, but seeing them on other tables, they looked delicious.
Overall a very pleasant evening in lovely welcoming surroundings.
Will certainly return for more.
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