I had been looking forward to eating at The St Edmunds Tavern having heard only good things about the food, but I left a little disappointed.
I chose warm Camembert with crunchy vegetables and bread for starter and Steak and Ale pie with mash and veg for my main.
I found the camembert rather mild and the two slices of bread were I think taken from a pre-sliced loaf.
The pie was very tasty, but I was rationed with the snap peas and beans which was a pity because they were nice too.
I feel that a good way to judge a meal is if you are tempted to buy a pudding after the first two courses. On this occasion I wasn't.
Overal it was slightly overpriced, about £25 per head with a couple of drinks but no puddings.
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