I am not really in a position to review the food or drink in this pub as we never got that far. If your sitting comfortably I'll begin. Having looked at the lunch menu outside and the same menu on a blackboard inside we moved to the bar to make our order.There were only three groups or people in the pub and the barmaid was talking to another women (a total of seven customers). Having finished her conversation she came to take our order. On being asked for two plates of chilli,the barmaid looked along the far end of the pub and then at her watch. It appeared that she wanted to say that it was the wrong time for lunch to be served but its a difficult arguement to make at 12.35. Having looked along the bar again she came back with. You have to have got a table first and bring the number before ordering. Looking around at the empty tables all around I could have said 18, 22 or any of a dozen empty tables whose numbers were visible from where we were standing. Interestingly the only tables I could see with seats with backs were those used. My excuse that there were only tables with low stools left was met with a hearty welcome that we move on. So we did and the £30 plus that we would have spent was spent elsewhere.
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