Visited this pub - wide variety of ales, very good atmosphere. Had a superbly cooked Sunday Lunch with a wide variety of choices on the menu. Service was very good but faded by the time the sweet was served due to volume of diners after 1 pm. Recommend you visit at 12.30 and you will be served without delay. There were parking issues with limited street side parking but the village is very narrow - again would recommend early visit to secure a place. Booking advisable because the restaurant was full by 1.15. Three course lunch with gourmet food for three including tip for under £100.00 represented very good value for us in this upmarket area. More a grown ups venue really.
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