New branch in former University Pensions Office is very central and has front bar area, rear dining room with another dining area upstairs. Service is good, friendly but not in your face. Prices are of the area, ie, quite high but the food was good,
Slow belly Pork recommended, as was the Ham Hock Pie and cold rice pudding, the latter declared 'scrumptious'. Looked pretty small to me. Beers are the order of the day, good range but pricey. Wine was perhaps better value with 500ml carafe from £11
Main problem is noise. The rear room has a low ceiling and loud music, quite unnecessary given the lively crowd and conversation level. Try upstairs, higher ceilings and more space, but still has music
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