we had a really excellent lunch in the pretty, sunny garden of this nice pub in an otherwise rather unremarkable village. Colin, the landlord, told us he had been there for 23 years and greeted us warmly, providing tasting samples of both his recommended ale and cider before we made our selections and providing our dog (welcome in garden, not inside) with strips of beef, at no additional charge, when I jokingly mentioned that some Cotswold pubs offered pigs' ears to their canine visitors.
Hubcap's fish was in brilliant crispy batter with good chips and mushy minty peas and my pork and apple in a bap was delicious with lovely crackling and salad.
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