We walked past this pub and, tempted by the premise of pies and pints, we decided to venture in. You enter through an old, damp, dark alleyway and choose one of a few rooms to sit in, which are equally dark and old-fashioned but full of character with a lovely atmosphere.
The menu is fairly limited but I still had trouble working out what I wanted to order. I had the steak pie and my other half had the chicken, gammon and leek - both were declared delicious. Portions are fairly small but the prices reflect this and as someone with a small appetite this suited me perfectly.
It would be nice to have a bigger selection of soft drinks for the non-pint drinkers, and the staff could be a little cheerier but I'd return in a heartbeat.
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