This pub is well supported by locals and visitors alike. It has a cosy feel - bistro type food at lunchtime. Limited menu chalked up on the board, but nice. Shame sandwiches are not included. The beer is their own brew and a very nice brew it is too.
Food is not served earlier in the week but there are curry evenings; steak nights; carvery lunches later in the week.
This pub is a little out of the ordinary. Plenty of character, standing on the corner of a nice residential Georgian square in an historic part of the town. Not far from the centre, this is one of the nicer town pubs.
Only one thing marks it down from being excellent - one or two of the tables are sticky due to the old surfaces, and there is nothing more annoying than the paper napkin and beer mats sticking to the table!
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