Visited here with family as the folks live in Great Bricett. there is not a lot of choice in the area and we hadnt tried this before. there was a good choice on the menu and the food was good. probably a bit pricey for the locals but it seemed like fresh ingredients. chips were good, salad garnish was fresh, gammon was tasty, egg cooked well. Ordered battered cod and got breadcrumbed which was not so good but they offered to change it we decided to all eat together. House shiraz wine was good. no childrens menu but jacket pots available.
atmosphere not so good as we were the only ones in there but for a week day in a tiny village probably not surprising.
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