I visited this pub with my mum and my partner, whilst on our way back from Canterbury, for a first time visit. The pub from the outside looked very welcoming, so we decided to have lunch there. In hindsight, we wished we had eaten in the tea room in the village square, as we had never tasted anything so synthetic and sickly sweet in all the time we have eaten out. My mum and I had a Moroccan lamb tagine and my partner had a chilli con carne. The tagines were tepid and the chilli was cold in the middle. We had already waited quite a while for these "freshly cooked meals" to come out to us, but when we told the waitress they were not hot at all, she took them away and we still waited at least another 10 minutes for our meals to return, in which the chef bought them back out to us and apologised but said " thank goodness for microwaves" which really put me off eating this. The portion sizes of these meals were very poor for the price charged (£8.95 each) and the quality of this was like a cheap ready meal. One of the meals was deducted from the bill, but felt that what was charged was way overpriced. We were still hungry, when we left the pub, so decided to go somewhere else for a snack. Needless to say, we will not be returning.
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