Walking past this pub we were impressed by the first impression so decided to have lunch here, rather than our intended destination.
The staff were quick, polite and fairly friendly and recommended an excellent bottle of Rose to start with. The menu offered a reasonable choice at fairly good prices, although the 'special' deals were not clearly identified at the start. We opted for macaroni cheese and the seasonal pate, with a side of hand cut chips. The food arrived promptly and again out waitress confirmed that all was to our satisfaction.
The macaroni cheese was obviously party of a larger batch, as it arrived plate on plate so had been subjected to the dreaded microwave, which completely melted the cheese sauce giving it more of an oily rather than cheesy consistency. The pate was bland with a rather old tasting red onion relish.
All in ll the food did not do the venue justice, it was clear that we were the last lunchtime service, as the chef and staff settled down to eat and do paperwork fairly close to us
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