It is always best to book for a meal here, which shows its popularity locally. The food is good; the portions are immense (2 can share a main, or have two starters), and the atmosphere is lively.
There is also pleasant beer garden.
It is slightly more "pubby" than its sister restaurant/pub, The Farmer's Arms, and perhaps a little more kid-friendly in the early evening.
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