By god it's an isolated location. Nice pub quite quiet when I arrived at 1840 far busier later.
Pleasant friendly, if a tad noisy behind the bar/ in the kitchen.
Not the biggest menu, but the kitchen looked little (unlike chef!) so probably a sensible menu.
Starter was the highlight, a well seasoned moules mariniere. Well flavoured well presented in a peppery creamy sauce, slightly unsure why the slice of lemon was there.
Main course was a lamb stew. The meat was slightly chewy and a little lacking in strong flavour, some of the vegetable was almost ok but some of the potato was positively crunchy.
Desert was an Eton Mess. Ok cream, not a lot of ice cream, the strawberry and kiwi in abundance but the meringue was granular and mildly disappointing.
A few glitches and a nice place.
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