We called late afternoon on a Sunday to find dirty tables and the waitress sat having her lunch right in the middle of the pub. We went up to the ' eating area ' and all of the tables were dirty , basically the plates had been removed but the tables had not been wiped . I appreciate that they may have had a busy lunch time but surely cleaning the table after clearing them should be standard practice. On the whole it was not very welcoming , although I must say the lady behind the bar and the waitress were very pleasant and friendly.
The food was not that bad , not brilliant though and for £8.95 for the roast dinner I would have expected less fat on my lamb, this said it was on the whole quite tasty and at least the Yorkshire puddings were home made, perhaps if it had been presented on a larger plate it would have been more enjoyable rather than squashed onto a small plate.
I don't think I will be returning in a hurry but if I were to give a tip.... If you want to serve food at least try and make it look inviting by setting the raised area up with place mats , cutlery and wine glasses. You never get a 2nd chance to make a 1st impression and my 1st impression was not good. Sorry.!!
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