I went in May 2013 after it has been refurbished and under the new ownership and I was really happy. The interior is relaxing, refined and friendly. The menu is grand - with lots of choices at a whole range of prices. I had Posh Chicken with apricot stuffing, gravy and chips £13 and a bowl of minted peas £3 (a big bowl). It was lovely and good value, I cleaned the plate and enjoyed every moment.
The owners are friendly and have a done an excellent job, this feels like a welcoming, friendly, well run village pub with nice food and meals that you want to go out for and an excellent range of drinks.
Seeing the 1 star review - whoever wrote it clearly has a grudge or are just miserable. The idea that the 'Old Boot' had tradition is nonsense. The New Boot is somewhere I would go to if I lived in the next village, or even several miles away. I will be back there in June with a friend and we will have steak which is on the menu and looks good.
Village pubs need support and when one is done as well as this, it thoroughly deserves more support. Check it out, you will not be disappointed.
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