The thing about restaurants who serve home-made food is that occasionally they have off days. For that reason managers sometimes prefer everything to be cook-chill. Having read other reviews we were intrigued to see if the place still lived up to previous recommendations or whether it had permanently slipped.We visitted on Thursday 31st May 2012 and arrived at 7pm. There were not many other customers at that time. I am pleased to report that the earlier recommendations still hold; the food is still great home-made fare. We started with garlic and sun-dried tomatoes with salad. This was a very brave and imaginative dish which we shared and we both enjoyed immensely. The helpings were adequate but not huge and easily fitted on the plate! My wife had fish pie and I had the lamb cutlet; we rated both very highly. My wife could not manage a sweet but I could not resist the cheesecake that was the best I have ever tasted, but oh so naughty. The bill was very reasonable, the service good and the beer excellent. So no problems and congratulations to the pub for providing increasingly rare, good-value home-cooked food in a touristy area.
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