After visiting the Tolpuddle Martyr Museum we decided to pop in to the nearby pub for a beer and bite to eat.
The Badger ales being served at the bar were as expected and while busy, the service was prompt, polite and cheerful.
My wife initially selected a smoked salmon & prawn salad and I went for the chicken, prawn and chorizo noodles. Unfortunately we were advised they had just run out of the smoked salmon, but could offer a chicken salad. We accepted.
Both meals were well presented and tasty. In particular, the noodle dish with its sweet chilli and black bean sauce was outstanding. After finishing our food my wife asked for a second cup of coffee, unfortunately the coffee machine chose that moment to go on strike. The lady behind the bar was very apologetic and asked if there was anything else we would like. We were tempted by the desert menu and went for a sticky toffee pudding and a chocolate torte with pestacio ice cream.
When it came to paying the bill we were pleasantly surprised by both the total cost of the meal and that one of the deserts had been credited as an apology for the lack of coffee.
All in all a lovely spot, offering good food and excellent service. Thank you.
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