On our way to Wales from Berkshire on the A40, me, wife and mum needed a Sunday lunch stop near Ross. The Red Lion had good reviews. Not been before. The booking process was a pleasure because of a little chat with Kath(?) that made us look forward to visiting. We arrived 12:15. We were offered warm sausage roll slices. Welcoming. Then a pint of Butty Bach. Nice. Delightful young waitresses took our drinks and food orders and delivered it promptly. Good. We eat duck/orange pate, leg of lamb, loin of pork, veggie lasagne and ice creams. The home-made pate was nicely presented and tasty (lumps of duck breast in it), with a sophisticated garnish (inc. melon) and beetroot chutney, but the portion of pate could have been half as much again to suit the one slice of toast. The butter was delicious. The medium size roasts were plated up with more than enough meat, potatoes, yorks pud and veg. Good value. Whilst paying at the bar I tucked into some more sausage roll and home-made crackling. Tidy touch. The service was very very friendly. A mixed age clientele. Well recommended. You need to book to ensure a slot at this Sunday lunch stop.
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