If you happen upon this picturesque pub in a wonderful setting at a time when you are hungry, make sure you buy plenty of packets of crisps with your drinks (when you eventually get served), as you will have to wait at least an hour for your food order to arrive. This is not a one experience comment. We have visited on more than one occasion, at different times of the year and at different times for lunch - it is the same experience each time we go. The food is of good quality, with the exception of the 'basket meals' which at £7.00 for a few bits of scampi and a few thin chips, was a disappointment. Why keep going back? It is the nearest 'decent' place to my elderly Aunt, who we visit and take for a treat. We keep hoping the service will get better.
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