Just a nice neighborhood pub. Food-wise, I had a hand-battered cod filet and my wife had a steak and ale pie with the works. It was all homemade and delicious. The brown gravy served with the pie was delightful and my fish was so light and fluffy that it was still juicy - not oily, mind you, but juicy. Plus, the tartar sauce was also homemade. Really, really tasty. Also, very reasonably priced. I think we spent £30 on our two dinners plus two pints of cask ale, which is a really good deal, especially considering that that price includes something like £3 for a tip.
As for the bar side of things, nothing fancy: nice selection, fair prices (roughly £4 for a pint) and fast, friendly service - all of the things you look for in a pub.
I'd definitely go back. :)
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