Visited on Wed 7th May for an evening meal, on our way to Portsmouth to catch the night ferry to Caen.
A typical old small village pub with the locals having a pint at the bar after work. Evening meals started at 6.30pm, but they served some free bar snacks before this. Menu written on blackboards high above the bar, which were difficult to read and decide what to eat without appearing to stare at other punters.
My husband ordered sausage and mash, which was served in a bowl. I had burger and chips, which was served on a wooden bread board, with crease proof paper (you end up eating bits of it when damp). Chips were in a small steel basket, which looked very designer but impossible to eat from. Prices, for a pub, were expensive. Having said this, the pub had a nice friendly atmosphere and we would certainly return there for a drink and maybe a sandwich (on a good old fashion plate).
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