This pub is in a lovely location in the picturesque village of Newton. We got a very friendly welcome, as did our dog. The food is absolutely wonderful, far superior to that at the nearby and much lauded Inn at Whitewell. The Parkers Arms has recently had a very good review from Jay Rayner in the Guardian and I can see why. We shared a starter of mushroom parfait and had a raised pie of grouse for our main course. No room for desserts sadly! My only negative comment would be about a slight lack of ambience. It was a very wet night when we visited so that may have accounted for how quiet it was. A bit of background music might have made it seem a bit livelier. However given the standard of the cooking I can't imagine this pub is often short of customers. Would highly recommend it.
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