Was staying at East Horsley and researched nearby pubs to visit and came across the good reviews for this one on Trip Advisor so gave it a whirl and was glad that we did!
Visited on Good Friday evening and the pub was busy but not overly packed. A good atmosphere and selection of ales on offer and very friendly staff.
Although not overly extensive the menu has some excellent choices of proper pub food (none of this gastro pub 'braised swan's neck in duck spit jus' rubbish) plus a specials board at very reasonable prices.
Shared a starter of the breaded prawns and chili dip which was good and then both had the Chicken pie for main, which is a proper home-made shortcrust pastry pie. Served piping hot on a warmed plate with great chips and veg and smashing gravy; it hit the spot!
Shared a lemon tart for dessert which was delicious. The total bill was £37 which was absolutely cracking value considering that we also had three and a half pints of bitter plus a gin & tonic.
Will definitely return as and when we find ourselves in this neck of the woods and wouldn't hesitate to recommend. Shame it's not our local!
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