This was originally a 13th century building that fell in to disrepair but was renovated, late in the last century. They did an excellent job and you can see interesting illustrations on the wall inside, describing the original construction methods, as well as a glassed-in section showing the innards of the walls.
It's a good pub, well worth a visit, being situated at the top of Lower Bridge Street, just on the edge of the main shopping area.
The beers are by Samuel Smith and include a Wheat Beer which is served in appropriate Belgian-style glasses - really excellent! The standard lager is also perfectly ok and it's all well priced.
There is now a good lunchtime food menu - we didn't actually eat there but saw a wide choice of possibilities, for next time!
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