Went with friends - we had a walk first around the public footpath around the back of the pub, all very rural and scenic. Blackboard with 'Specials' chalked up in the bar, plus a regular printed menu. Pub wasn't very busy considering it was the end of the half term holidays with plenty of people about. We waited quite some time for the food but it was nicely presented when it arrived with plenty of fresh vegetables. My husband thought his home made burger was undercooked but it was very tasty. Two of us had Venison which was slightly tough, another had pasta which she declared excellent. We sat in the garden area which was very pleasant to the side of the pub. Friendly service. Dogs accepted and there was a large bowl of fresh water for them in front of the entrance.
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