We visited for Sunday lunch on 2 February 2014. Very olde worlde and cosy and spotlessly clean. The service was friendly and efficient. The menu published on the internet seems a little limited but they have a specials board also with a very good number of choices. Two of us had the Lamb Henry with roast potatoes and veg. The lamb fell off the bone and was mouth watering. The roast potatoes were some of the best I've ever tasted. My husband had one of the pies and also said that that was delicious. The last of our party of four had the fish cakes which I think she found to be perfectly fine but, being a vegetarian, she would have liked a bit more to choose from. (there was another fish dish - salmon I believe - but that had sold out by the time we ordered. I was the only one to have pudding and choose the butterscotch pie which was superb. I particularly liked it because it wasn't made with really sickly sweet, crumbly pastry that you so often get - that would have been too much with the butterscotch filling. Will definitely return, especially as everything was very reasonably priced too.
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