Meal one, Scampi, chips & salad. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We were even offered a taste of the wine before buying. The meal was very tasty but small and over priced, The young waitress was very pleasant.
Meal two. 3 of us had the chicken goujons which were very tasty, 2 of us had starters 1 of us had it has a main meal the differant between starter and main was 2 extra goujons for twice the price. I opted for the mushrooms & bacon in a garlic sauce( as a starter) I was disappointed with the size of my 5 small mushrooms and 2 bacon lardons. If it had been served in a warm bowl it may not have congealed.The garlic bread turned out to be an over toasted roll with no garlic.
Meal three. The menu read BBQ chicken, new POTATOES, salad, Because the chicken goujons had been tasty 2 of us opted for this. What arrived was 3 small cubes of warmish chicken, 1 small potato cut in four covered in salad leaves just under £9 each. 1 opted for beef madras, which looked like some beef cubes had been dropped into a can of tomatoes. 1 opted for the pie which was very dry. When we were asked if the food was ok we did make are concerns known, which was meet with the offer of a drink.
After our meal we finished are drinks sat outside, whilst sat there we witnessed a couple with an hearing impediment and their 3 young children who were about to leave in their car stopped by
by a young man who stood in front of their car and demanded very aggressively that the man return to the bar(I do not know if the man had forgotten to pay or refused to pay) I do know it must have been very frightening for the children. The man who stood in front of the car was then joined by 2 of his mates who believed it was ok to have a joke and take the mickey out of the man.
The landlord was very friendly.
The young waitress who served us was very pleasant.
The bar staff were good.
Not sure what the chef was trying to achieve apart from saving money( the deep fried food was good, the home made food was very very poor.
We did not return to the pub after this.
I would like to think that a pub in a small tourist village would like to make hay whilst the sun shone and compete with the competition in the village. If I had money to burn and was dieting I would high recommend this pub has the place to go.
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