Dilemma! You discover a good pub restaurant on your doorstep. Do you keep it to yourself, so you can always book a table, or tell everyone so that it's successful? With pubs closing daily the latter must be the answer especially when there has been such a transformation as has happened to the Royal Oak. A good pub deserves support.
We've eaten here several times since the facelift. From home made soup and home made bread for a quick snack lunch to a full family get together Sunday lunch lasting several hours or an intimate dinner with friends. On every occasion we have been warmly welcomed and the chef has produced excellent food. The prices are sensible and make some of the High Street chain restaurants look very poor value. The decor is 'rural chic' with dark stone flooring, mismatching tables and chairs and a soft greeny grey paint scheme.
Well done Bev and Adrian you deserve to be busy.
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