My partner and I attended a dinner party at the Red Lion Inn, and thought that it was a very quaint and charming restaurant with tasty food.
We were presented with a paper menu, and from all the menus from days past in the foyer, I assume that the choices change regularly as ingredients become available or not. I included a picture of the menu here, and there are some standard choices. I personally had the quail eggs for appetizer, the chicken terrine for starter, and the Lincolnshire sausages as a main. I thought the sausages were absolutely great and cooked very well. Because we are not from this area, I can't say whether this is "typical" British food or not, or whether this is food that is commonly served around here.
The service was fine and friendly, and they paid attention to our party. The restaurant itself is rather small and intimate, with a bar area and then a few seating places. We were in the back where there is a large open area, but I don't know whether that is only for private events or if it sometimes has tables there when there are no events there. The vibe definitely is cozy here. I'd recommend it for the quaintness...as well as the fact that there aren't many other quality options located nearby.
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