Called in here after a long days walking - not being our first choice but the first two pubs were fully booked. And we were so glad! The food on offer was good wholesome pub grub but presented in a restaurant style. The drinks were fairly pricey £4.70 for a pint of bitter and a lime and soda but we persevered onto the menu as we were hungry. We chose the cheese/bacon buger which came with chips, coleslaw, onion rings and bbq sauce (all homemade). We also chose the shepherds pie which came with a side order of vegetables. We initially thought the portions were small but they were actually a good size and very filling. Having said that, we still opted to share a dessert - bread and butter pudding. The pudding was a bit of a let down after a gorgeous main course but d didn't spoil the meal. Prices were a little high for pub food at £12.95, £10.95 and £5.25 respectively.
The staff were great, attentive where necessary but we noticed they had to turn quite a few visitors away as they were full so a tip is to book! Also note that they don't serve food until 6.30 in the evenings.
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