Decided to eat out with friends and chose this delightful old pub with thatched roof hidden in a valley near Cubert. At this time of year it was not necessary to book but for Mothering Sunday, Easter and the summer season this would be very advisable.
We were shown to a table right by a wood burning fire in a huge fireplace which was nice for a winters day and the staff were really friendly.
The bar has a wide range of drinks and the Sunday lunch menu is good value although you can also pick off the standard menu if you wish.
The starter and main were both really nice, plenty of vegetables served in separate dishes (no stinginess here with the veg that you sometimes get in so-called high end establishments).
All in all we really enjoyed our meal, visit and the whole experience and will be returning in the near future. Note: the washroom facilities are very good and really clean.
Tip for the unwary. The evening and weekday menus can be a little bit expensive particularly if you have a family although I don't remember if there is a children's menu not needing one myself.
The quality is good though.
Just recently I have been unable to access their website. Not sure if the recent wild weather has caused a problem but I could get through on the phone OK.
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