This is a very stylish and attractive pub in the grounds of the museum of brewing. The Worthington's beers are excellent. I had a very tasty beef and ale pie, with home made chips and vegetables for about a tenner. There was a little gravy boat with some extra gravy, which was a thoughtful touch. It was all good.
My one and only criticism would be that the pie, vegetables and chips were all served in their own separate bowls, on a trencher, without a plate. Was I supposed to nibble everything separately from its little bowl? Was I supposed to slop everything on to the trencher? Plates were invented for a reason. Jamie Oliver has much to answer for, and this stylistic shambles might be one of his crimes.
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