We went to this pub for a meal after stopping the day before for a few pints of nice ale, and noting that it was dog friendly ( one of it's plus points ). The decor in place is a bit "tired" but not too bad and has a large sunny courtyard.However, that's where the plus points end as the food is probably as poor as you will get in this area.Having had a lovely lunch of hand carved ham at the Rose Revived in Standlake a few days earlier,my wife ordered a "safe" choice of ham,eggs and chips and was served up three slices of the cheapest thin cuts of economy style gammon available from any supermarket value lines,2 small eggs and a tub of frozen chips,for which she was charged £8.50.My meal was a bit better but not good, and both meals were really poor value compared to what's on offer in most other inns in this area.We visited on a Monday (had tried the Sunday but no food is served on Sunday nights, which is strange given their sign saying food served every day !) and there were only 2 other tables occupied and I'm not surprised.The place next door was almost full with diners but don't allow dogs so we were stuck with this.
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