It is a local pub with excellent food. It is on a 'scenic/tourist route' but is easy to miss if you are heading eastwards, Don't drive past! Called in for a pint of local/house brewed real ale but the smells coming from the kitchen led us to have our lunch there, and the specials board confirmed our choice, and with the standard menu it is both extensive and varied. Food excellent, not your standard pub grub! Sausage, pork and onion pie excellent as was smoked mackerel salad, and my ham and eggs. The sautéed potatoes served with meals are superb and a welcome change to chips with everything.Good beer, good food, great atmosphere. With many pubs now modernised or shut it is good to see this house flourishing. And still retaining many old features and character don't miss it. But don't just visit in passing, stay awhile, certainly eat and enjoy
everything this unique pub has to offer.
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