I was taken to this absolute gem in Feb 2008. It's tucked away rather well but worth finding. Likewise, it's a good idea to go early and then being prepared to wait for somewhere to sit and eat - not good if you're precious about sharing your table with other diners. The menu offers great pub food that on my visit at least came in on the generous side. There's a roaring fire for cold evening's and a front railing terrace for summer nights. It's even dog friendly too :-)
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