I've been aware of this establishment for a couple of years, and have occasionally called in for a beer whilst cycling around Chidham peninsula. It is a delightful, old building with an extensive sheltered garden.
On impulse my wife and I cycled there for lunch one Friday. It was healthily busy. We were warmly welcomed and we had no difficulty finding a table.
I opted for a set lunch, two courses for £11.50: country pate, followed by cod with a breadcrumb crust accompanied by green beans and a buttery sauce. We asked for extra cutlery so that my wife could share the starter. My wife chose a-la-carte: coronation chicken with salad for main course.
Service was courteous and prompt.
Food: well presented, very tasty and reasonably priced for the quality.
"We'll come again," I said to the landlady as I paid the bill. I meant it!
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