This place was a real find. We went in between Christmas and New Year and it was packed so we decided it was well worth a trip back. We went back last Sunday for lunch and we were not disappointed! The pub is amazing, the open fires were so homely the wine selection was small but good and my partner loved the real ale straight from the barrell. The Sunday menu is different from the menu during the week. I had a sneak peek at the main menu and starters included duck hash cake with fried egg and hp sauce, crab toasties, beetroot carpaccio with goats curd and nut salad. Main courses were pork belly with crackling and crab apple jelly, deep fried rabbit with fries and aoili, steak and ale suet pudding. The vegetables served with our meals were really nice and freshly cooked. We did not have a pudding as were too stuffed! The loos had obviously recently just been done up and were nice and fresh but the girls was a little chilly!!
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